Sadly one is not hitched to the other.
Probably a good thing. Looks like the real one wants nothing to do with the Chrysler one.
If the towing capacity–and transmission–allowed for it, here are some examples of what the Chrysler COULD be pulling to make ONE & A HALF Caravans…
Gypsy trailers may be trending on the internets, but aren’t they unsafe at any speed? You just don’t see four-wheeled trailers with steerable axles on any other road vehicle. There must be a reason, right?
I’ve got a friend who’s had one of those for at least the past decade, using it as her home for the ten-day to two week long Society for Creative Anachronism’s Pennsic War. She lives in New Hampshire and would trailer it to the Butler, PA area where the event takes place. That ended in 2018, when she decided it would be easier to rent a storage facility near the campground and leave it there.
And she ended up down there this past August despite Pennsic being cancelled, just to check it over and do some minor maintenance on it.
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