And now a word from our sponsor: Car-Go Trailers

Today we welcome the addition of a new advertiser to The Small Trailer Enthusiast, Car-Go Trailers from Terrebonne, just outside of Montreal in Quebec. Car-Go Trailers offers a nice, basic teardrop trailer with just enough features to give you a comfortable camping experience.

Built on a 2220 lbs axle, the Liberty offers:

  • Two 14″ x 17″ venting windows with screens
  • Fantastic fan 3 speed vent fan
  • 3 Piece foldable Queen Mattress – 4″ foam
  • Birch UV lacquered plywood on all exposed surfaces
  • Copy of Birch UV lacquered plywood on all exposed surfaces
  • Cabin cabinets with birch doors
  • Two 110 v outlets
  • Two 12v socket charger
  • 75 amp-hour deep cell marine battery
  • WFCO Power converter and charger
  • 2 x 2 trailer receiver for bike rack
  • Two 26″ x 36″ doors with vented windows

Additional standard features in the Car-Go Liberty include:

  • .060 White powder coated aluminum roof
  • Bed size : 74 inches x 58 inches
  • Rear hatch with 2 hydraulic gas springs
  • Steel wheels with baby moon rims.
  • Tire size : P175/70 R14.
  • 30A Power connector
  • 7 pin trailer hookup
  • Nearly 10 square feet of counter and shelving
  • All wood finished in either UV lacquer or water base lacquer
  • 5 LED lights, two reading, one dome, one galley and one porch
  • .040 Powdercoated aluminum sides

For more pricing and contact info, visit the Car-Go Trailers website at https://www.car-gotrailers.com

 

 

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2 Responses to And now a word from our sponsor: Car-Go Trailers

  1. Dick Kowalski

    Keep up the good work. I sold my teardrop about a year ago. I still miss having it.

  2. Gay Ann

    Last fall, I bought a MicroLite CargoLite Plus out of Elkhart, Indiana (I drove there from CA to pick it up). It is a little bigger than a teardrop (I can stand up in it, with my head bent over a bit) and it is shaped more like a toaster (my neighbors are calling it “the toaster”). The entire back end folds down, becoming a ramp to load a Vespa or 2, and the ramp can be used as a deck if held up with a couple of milk crates. I know I should be attaching photos, but I am not very computer-savy (sorry). But I am sure you all can find it online at their website. It has the convenience of being small, but also the convenience of more room, and more uses. I love it and everyone who asks for a tour of it loves it.

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