Gallery: Roulottes’ Colorful European-Style Caravans are a Place to Cal...

 
When Hoekstra was a kid in the sixties, he saw these classic mobile caravans still in use and he promised himself: “One day I will buy one”.  

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  1. RoulotesUSA December 17, 2013 at 4:27 pm

    In partnership with Kees Hoekstra, we are now offering roulottes in the USA! You can find more information at our website: http://www.roulottesusa.com/ or find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/roulottesusa Thanks so much for the wonderful article, and inspiring people to learn more about the roulottes!

  2. Chris Jennings August 1, 2013 at 9:49 am

    I am restoring an older trailer here in the US…It\\\’s a 26\\\’ box, and most I stripped out and left rather primitive, but the front 10\\\’ I built with the gypsy caravan in mind…
    I plan to start adding the painted scrollwork, and make a stab at in interesting exterior paint scheme. I\\\’ll get you some pictures, if you are interested.

    I live in the New England area (US) and would be pretty interested in doing some trailer work, along these lines, here. I am thinking hard about starting a caravan from scratch to showcase the craftsmanship, and as an advertisement.

  3. devi cholet June 11, 2013 at 8:04 pm

    Would you consider Pennsylvania for collaboration?

  4. susantownes March 27, 2013 at 9:34 pm

    I love Roulottes!!! I live in Los Angeles and wondered if you\\\’re still interested in collaborating in
    the building of these fanciful creatures. I would like to build one for our mobile wood fired pizza
    oven to bring to Farmer\\\’s Markets.
    Thanks for sharing your passion

    susan

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