I thought you’d like to see this gypsy vardo wagon that’s available for sale right now.
If you’re interested in learning about the history of these historic travel trailers I recommend reading through this page.
This project began around 4 years ago.
It was discovered on eBay but was in need of some TLC because it had been left outside in the sun for about two years.
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I encourage you to enjoy the rest of the virtual tour of this historically influenced travel trailer below:
Interestingly enough, it used to be a prop in a Pee-Wee Herman film from 20 or so years ago.
This presented another challenge. Most of the features of the wagon weren’t real since it was just a prop.
But this didn’t stop them.
They bought it, loaded it up on their trailer, and took it home to begin working on it during weekends. Below is what it looked like when they first got it:
Photo Credit: GypsyVardo.com
Learn and see more about how they renovated it here.
They cleared everything out from inside, cleaned it up, gutted it, and began doing the renovations.
Video of this Gypsy Vardo Wagon Renovation
Today it’s a unique and beautiful rolling guest house! And it’s for sale, too. If you’re interested in purchasing it you can contact the owners right here. Serious inquiries only, please. It’s located in Fallbrook, California.
What would you do with a little structure like this?
I’d consider either mounting it on a utility trailer so it can be used for modern road traveling or if I had land I’d put it in my backyard to use as a micro guest house or as my writing studio/office. How about you?
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