7/26/2012 7:08:58 PM - 005080345400
Are you still in business? Can't seem to get you to respond to emails.....
7/2/2012 9:04:14 PM - 005017621120
Dayton T. I gotta agree with Sara Edi Boyd, your props are WAY over the top. I saw all the pics but the clutter was distracting. A little goes a long way. Your trailers are really nice
4/25/2012 4:15:56 AM - fb:1049596159
How do I go about getting one? Very interested, beautiful workmanship.
6/21/2011 4:16:56 PM - 004021831248
Do you have an instructional CD or booklet of plans that would help me to build one of these?
11/22/2010 5:55:56 PM - 000070772265
As the owner of www.VintageTrailerCrazy.com I’d like to respond to the below comment. There are actually 52 pics of the exterior and interior giving the viewer a virtual tour of the whole Woodie Love Bug experience. I suspect the below person did not click on all the pics. In addition, we are known for our “Staging and Theming” of trailers, thus all the props. Our customers continually compliment us on how fun our trailers are. As far as pricing is concerned, it is a good thing that we sell a LOT of other vintage trailers as our price of only $12500 just covers our materials and labor. In addition, we have gone into partnership with Toyota to mass produce these for their new FJ Cruiser Outdoorsman edition. The retail price will soon be going up substantially. At SEMA Sept 2010 (the largest aftermarket vehicle trade show in the world) our Woodie Love Bug also took one of the Top Ten new products, out of 2000, by MSN.com.
11/21/2010 9:55:07 PM - fb:100000732198261
I am interested in finding a restored 12-13' vintage trailer. You have lots of photos, but very few of the actual interiors. Would recommend that at the price of $12,500 you focus on what the buyer gets, not so much attention on popcorn machines, dolls, surfboard statues. Consider including photos that you can see a virtual tour of what is included. Someone like me wants to see what the bed looks like, for example. Does the stove include an oven? If so, I want to see a photo of it. I have seen other restored trailers that have three burner stoves, with ovens. The refrigerator, the toilet, Details of what the floors, walls, ceiling look like. I am comparing vintage trailers on various sites. Yours is the most expensive, but I have the least sense of what you are showing. sorry.
6/14/2010 8:20:21 PM - 000072576852
Wow!!! As a cabinet woodworker and an owner of a 1946 Ford Woodke car I have to congraulate you on your craftsmanship. I don't know how you can sell it so cheap. But I want one!
4/30/2010 2:39:20 AM - fb:1031822163
Congrats on the new design, interesting, perfect for the rodder wanting a something small to tow. Good luck. karen campbell sw tct rep.