This is how two brothers Luke and Cole Thill built their own DIY teardrop camper in 13 months. They could have built it faster, but they were busy with lots of other things too. Originally Luke’s brother, Cole, started the build, and then halfway through Luke jumped in to help finish.
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Twin teen brothers build their own Micro Camper!
When you’re just a teenager, and you want to be able to go camping frequently, what do you do…
You design and build your own micro camper with your brother, of course…
That’s what Luke & Cole did.
Over the course of 13 months, they built this beautiful little camper!
It has an awning, windows, picnic table, and it’s easy to tow…
This little camper makes it easy and quick for them to go off to their favorite camping spots… or explore something new…
Really smart how they designed the storage. It’s simple, too.
And because it’s so small, it’s lightweight and it’s easy to tow, maneuver, store, and park.
VIDEO: 14-year-old Twin Brothers Build DIY Teardrop Camper
Winterizing a DIY Teardrop Camper with Luke Thill
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- Luke Thill YouTube Channel
- Winter Teardrop Camper Check Up with Luke Thill
- @lukethill on Instagram
- How it was built: part 1 | part 2 | part 3
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