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Gypsy Vardo

I found a new Vardo built by a archeologist.  He didn’t have a name anywhere on his site, but his website can be found at the bottom at the “via” link.  He wanted to have a small place that he could stay as he went to the various event and camping trips, torn between a vardo and a tear drop, he decided to go for this type.  After about fifty iteration on paper, he finally came up with the design that you see here today.












  1. So Indiana Jones….I love it! It looks so cozy and practical for an Archeologist. It would be lovely coming home from a days dig here.

  2. Now this is cool. I am loving it!

  3. Very cool! Makes me wish I had one!

  4. This is fabulous! I’m wondering how it tows with just one axel-Does it sway and shimmy a lot at 55-60mph? What size truck do you haul it with? Also are plans available for purchase? I want one and wouldn’t change much about it!

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