Introduction: Gypsy Trailers for the Bristol Renaissance Faire

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These two beautiful Gypsy Trailers were designed as mobile turnkey  sales trailers. the Idea was for a quick and easy moveable booth that held inventory and could be staffed by by one person.
 I started with a heavy duty planked bed trailer with a gypsy cart on top.
I Designed All parts of the trailers on Auto Cad.

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traveleratheart (author)2016-02-08

These are really beautiful! We are thinking of making something similar, do you have any issues with placement at the site? That was one thing we have been concerned with. I also couldn't read the files, or at least don't know what I'm looking at!

shrivver made it! (author)2015-08-15

Still working... one more full day to get the outside ready to roll -- Michigan awaits!

bevmo63 (author)2015-08-05

Sweet, Looks Great!!!

Glad the Instructable worked.

Point of sale Cart? Live in Cart?

shrivver (author)bevmo632015-08-09

Yes, Point of sale... this year, TRF and FLARF and maybe NYRF next year...

We bought rubber pond liner to glue to the rooftop - it won't leak!

Also, some of the pictures look purple -- it is actually dark cherry/fuchsia, not purple. The lights are LEDs and we'll probably remove them for the drive...

shrivver made it! (author)2015-08-05

Second coat of paint goes on tomorrow and we cut the trim and sure up the corners.

shrivver made it! (author)2015-08-04

I couldn't read your CAD file, but I used your pictures to make one of our own... Not quite as fancy trim, and a bigger trailer to start-- we have half way through... putting the sheathing on the roof tomorrow!

bevmo63 (author)shrivver2015-08-04

Thats turning out Beautiful. Great Job Love to see it when its finished.

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scraggles (author)2014-02-21

really inspiring stuff! how much were materials roughly?

hunnynspice (author)2013-04-07

what a beautiful job!!

bevmo63 (author)hunnynspice2013-04-07

Thank You

randomray (author)2013-03-03

Nice work , these could be changed to suit anyone for camping or other uses .

Dr.Bill (author)2012-02-18

Might even be nice to use as a camper!

ShadowGemini (author)Dr.Bill2012-09-06

Im actually thinking about making one for next years ren-fest!!

bevmo63 (author)Dr.Bill2012-02-19

Yes, This would make a wonderful camper with just a few Mods.

billbillt (author)2012-07-01

WONDERFUL!!...Could you post the AutoCad files??...They can be opened with free DraftSight...

lseville (author)2012-06-30

I really love this sales trailer a lot..............I want one *smiles* <3

Lorddrake (author)2012-02-17

amazing work!!

AbbieX (author)2012-02-16

I've been "getting ready" to build a little wagon for years. Actually got one end finished once before evil forces made me "get rid" of it. Thanks for the inspiration....my wagon is back on!!

bevmo63 (author)AbbieX2012-02-16

Congrats. It's a happy day when you can build something you have wanted to.

l8nite (author)2012-02-15

This is really cool, I only wish it was a step by step

propart (author)2012-02-15

Very nice, I like your projects alot

bevmo63 (author)propart2012-02-15

Thank you. Ronin

knife141 (author)2012-02-15

Wow!! Beautiful work!

bevmo63 (author)knife1412012-02-15

Thank you. A lot of love went into these

VACH. (author)2012-02-14

beautiful :D

bevmo63 (author)VACH.2012-02-15

Thanks For the Kudos. Ronin

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