Soviet-built ‘mototrolley’ turned into a quirky scooterhome

Soviet-built ‘mototrolley’ turned into a quirky scooterhome

London-based adventurous couple, Anita Stratton and Lee Shaw, is the proud owner of this adorable scooterhome. It is Britain’s smallest caravan that’s made from the shell of an old Soviet-built mototrolley that was used in ‘70s by farmers to carry their produce to market.

Soviet-built ‘mototrolley’ turned into a quirky scooterhome

In order to build this mobile home for two, the original trailer that sat on the back was removed and further replaced by a custom-built two berth caravan. The resulting mobile home boasts a turquoise and white scooter that tows the elliptical caravan to different locations.

This tiny caravan comes complete with a mini kitchen and a bed. The bed can accommodate two people and also has shelving units for extra storage. On the other hand, the built-in kitchen comes equipped with a tiny gas cooker. Hence, there are almost all basic facilities that are required in a mini caravan.

Soviet-built ‘mototrolley’ turned into a quirky scooterhome

The Scooterhome was earlier spotted and bought by businessman Nassim Taleb, from Halifax in West Yorkshire. After using it for a while, Talib decided to sell it online. Anita Stratton and Lee Shaw have bought it on eBay for £7,500 (approx. US $9,842).

Soviet-built ‘mototrolley’ turned into a quirky scooterhome

On their dream caravan, now the couple enjoys a nomadic lifestyle and hopes to travel various places. We personally liked eye-catching design, as well as utilities offered by this tiny scooterhome.

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Sunil Chandel

Sunil has been blogging about autos, consumer gadgets and home improvement ideas from a couple of years. When he is not writing, you can find him riding his royal enfield motorcycle, listening to music and showing off his football skills

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