Introducing our new Teardrop Recon

  • Posted on Sep 9, 2016

IMG_1392 IMG_1547 IMG_1548 This is our newest camp. A rugged and durable Teardrop. We are still in the proto-type phase but should have these little beauties ready by October or November 2016. We will be adding a headboard, some steps and re-working the outside compartment along with adding some cool features to individualize the teardrop to your specifics hobbies and personality. Base price will be around $9,000 – $10,000. Let us know what you think and what some of your favorite add on’s would be.

4 thoughts on “Introducing our new Teardrop Recon

  1. Rick Strahan says:

    The Galley is most important! Add a Coleman stove / oven in the galley, and a freezer only, lots of pantry storage, a rain cover over cook area. Make storage space for a camp tent. I travel to north of 60 often and tent camp, I’m ready to move up and have been designing my teardrop for years. I’ve owned your large Shepard stove in a small cabin for 20 years and love it.

  2. The gallery will be ever changing to introduce you to to the world of Teardrop Camping.

  3. James Gray says:

    I do like the TEAR DROP Recon more information such as the floor plan like you have on your other camps.

    1. Heidi says:

      That is in the works. We should have it soon. Thank you!

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