It Looks Like any Other Camper, but when She Pulls This… I Want One For Myself
The Gidget trailer is paying homage to the teardrop campers made popular in the 1930s, ’40s, ’50s and ’60s. The Australian company behind the tiny portable home sought to combine innovation and contemporary features with classic and authentically retro aesthetics.
Since the launch of their original prototype, they’ve produced two more unique models. All three versions are united by the company’s patented slide-out, unique rotating entertainment console and outside craftsman-built kitchen.