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Custom Built Caravan Trailer

Custom Built Caravan Trailer


Spanish Fork, Utah

Year 1993

Make Edmondson

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Length 14

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My father, Don Edmondson, built this trailer (from the bed upward) with an amazing amount of detail in woodwork and design in 1992-3 in Maui. He lived in the trailer for 20 years. I inherited the trailer a few years ago and rebuilt the window hatches in the same style. The trailer has a 1910 caboose look to it. Here are the details: 1. lighting throughout is rheostatically controlled with wood peg knobs. 2. 2 windows are screened in with a weather hatch that covers them. 3. the back window (facing trailer hitch) has framed glass that has 2 opening settings. (manual) and a canvas framed weather hatch outside. 4. Space for a mini fridge. 5. Shelves (wood) run under the mirror area and under the sink area. 6. Stove Antique and Propane with space for Propane tank below it. 7. Kitchen sink with Antique water pump (non operational) as well as a water spout that connects to outside water source. 8. Curtains and shades for windows 9. 2 main areas. Bedroom and Front room. 10. Bedroom is a boothstyle seating area with table that converts into a full size bed. 11. Booth seating with inside storage space 12. Tiny hidden hanging closet space. 13. Canvas roof that is sealed with a Marine paint. 14. Antique mirror in Vanity space. 15. Custom built wood trunk case made just for the trailer. 16. Microwave under sink hidden with curtains 17. Burlap lined ceiling with arched wood crossbars. 18. 14' long 7' wide 11' tall 19. Outer step in front of entry door. 20. Double entry door with vintage style dental trim and vintage doorknob that locks with key. 21. Back windows next to door open by leaning in. Curtains included. This is a trailer for someone who wants to park it and either live in it or use it as a writer's getaway. The trailer was used in Maui as an art studio where many drawings were made in the jungles of the Iao Valley. It's a great setting in which to relax with friends. The ambience with the interior lighting in the evening is pretty amazing. Add a little music and some wine and you're set. The boothlike seats can slide out and convert into a bed. I wouldn't recommend this trailer for constant travel. It was built for stationary use. I does not have plumbing for a toilet or shower.