What’s a Little Guy? It’s a trailer so compact you could put it in your pocket. But if we listed the features and benefits you’d think we were describing a Class A.
The teardrop campers became prevalent after WWII and were first constructed with materials picked up from surplus markets. The wheels came from Jeeps that were salvaged from sunken ships and exterior skins were commonly made from scraps of WWII bombers. These aerodynamic trailers have come a long way since then. With a goal to never play favorites to truck owners, the little guys can even be towed with a mini-cooper or your daughters Beetle.
Little Guy started back in 2002 when two brothers in Elkhart, Indiana wanted to take the teardrop camper trailer to the public in a new way and started prototyping a 4×8 Retro in their garage. Once it hit the market a snowball effect…
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