Old school Airstream trailers look like big aluminum foil wrapped burritos, filled with open road fun, family adventure, and barbacoa. Unwrap that aluminum foil cover and inside you find a burrito…well..actually, if you unwrapped an Airstream you’d find a Burro. Like this 1999 Burro offered here on eBay currently bidding for $3,250 reserve-not-met with 2 days to go.
The Burro is a fiberglass trailer that looks to be made from two pieces with a large seam down the middle. The result is that it looks like a giant plastic Easter egg colored to look like a hearing aid. No paint or polish needed, and I’d clean it by soaking in a giant bucket.
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to be the hidden choke-able in a Kinder Surprise, just waiting anxiously to be devoured by a small children, this is it!! There is ample room for a family on the inside because the trailer needs to reinforcing superstructure — the burrito shell is hard and crunchy like a chimichanga. Everybody knows plastic walls make for great acoustics, but they are also really easy to clean.
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