Yesterday on a different post I offered to get a web-site address for a manufacturer in my area that is building teardrops to be used as cargo haulers. Here is a picture I took this morning of the prototype trailer he has sitting in front of his shop. He is now making these fibreglass trailers at the rate of about 8 per month. There is a Little Guy distributer that is buying them up and providing them for sale at dealers on the east coast. I don't have info on who those dealers are.
The fellow making the trailers is Gary Toet. He has a website: http://www.cargo-campers.com/
His idea is that you can buy the basic trailer chassis model and then add a front shield if you want and then eventually buy a rear cover for a complete tear. Or you can buy the complete model right from the start. You can get it with or without a galley hatch on the front by the tongue of the trailer. (there is no galley though; you need to build that yourself) He also has a fold up table made on the front of the trailer. You can see it in this picture.
Go visit his web-site. He is a nice fellow starting his very own cottage industry right here on the central coast of California. The American dream is happening here in my backyard. Perhaps one of you web-site gurus can send him a nice e-mail with a link to T&TTT. I think he will want to join up. I told him about this web-site and he is very interested. A personal note would be a nice touch. You can always use another pro builder.