AeroVault Gallery

It’s tough to take a bad photo of an Aerovault. Add to that some great Aerovault owner vehicles and we hope you enjoy the eye candy!

Sunset brings on special a glow to the Aerovault.

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This beautiful combination was seen at the HSR Fall Historics (2017). Aerovaults are popular with Sprinter Van owners as a lot of Sprinters only have a 5500 lb towing capacity. Not only is the Aerovault lightweight but it handles so well it steadies a tall sprinter van going down the highway.

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This Ferrari prototype 312 goes to tracks in style in its Aerovault

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Celebrity Adam Carolla is a pretty serious car collector. Designer Peter Brock (left) delivered Adam’s Aerovault to him personally.

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At a stop light on a highway, this Aerovault owner was hit at full speed in the back by a truck. The Aerovault and tow vehicle were pushed 5 feet down the road but these dimples were all the damage that occurred (no damage to his car inside). Needless to say this is one thrilled Aerovault owner who exclaimed: “The Aerovault is built like a tank!”

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This Ford GT was placed out of Hurricane Irma’s path in its Miami owner’s Aerovault. It stayed safe and dry during the storm and the well-built Aerovault sustained no damage.

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More than 60% of Aerovault owners, own Porsches. Even Porsche tractors!

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Aerovault designer Peter Brock loved seeing this plate when this Aerovault owner pulled up to the shop one day. Aong with his smile he pointed out it could actually have said, "NODRAG".

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This owner towed with his v6 2011 Tacoma and found his fuel mileage increased from an average of around 9 to 10 mpg with the open trailer to 13 to 14 mpg with the Aerovault – or an increase of between 3 to 4 mpg overall.

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This owner's home in Colorado received 8 feet of snow while he was gone in January 2017. Upon his return, he found a 4 foot block of ice on the top of his Aerovault! The roof held up to more than 26,000 lbs of weight with only a few cracks. This goes to show the quality and strength in our roofs.

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Once you get your new Aerovault home, you realize how much space you have, and how much you don't need.

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Our goal with the Aerovault is to extend the passion people feel for their automobiles and motorcycles to include their trailer and bring joy to the journey of towing. When we see someone use an Aerovault as a backdrop to photographing their pride and joy car, we know we're doing something special.

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This gentleman from WA State scored both a Camaro SS AND an Aerovault at the 2016 Barrett-Jackson auction in Las Vegas (Aerovaults were on display, not being auctioned).

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The Huracan glides up the custom extended ramps meant for lower nose cars.

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This striking Huracan fits perfectly inside the Aerovault for the next weekend trip out to the track, or to just take along with an RV as your daily driver.

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This owner had his 356 take 1st place in the Full Preparation 356 class athe Porsche Parage in 2016. Since he's owned his Aerovault, he's gone over 4,500 miles.

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This owner was caught loading his Ferrari while at Leguna Seca. It goes to show that just about anything will fit in the Aerovault.

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The 50th Anniversary Cobra Daytona Coupe never looked so good, especially when in the Aerovault. Both were designed by the same man which makes this a fetching pair.

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Even when the Cobra Daytona Coupe is tucked away inside the Aerovault, you see can see how stunning these two are together.

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This is our most recent addition to the color line up. Aerovault Black is a great way to go if you want to match your tow vehicle or are looking for something a bit more racey.

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Aerovault Black is a prime color option available. Take a look at the price/plan/order section for details.

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The trailer pulled beautifully even on the occasional packed snow and ice we were driving on. I am very pleased with how beautiful and functional the interior of the trailer is, and I am sure I will marvel at the exterior too, once the ice melts off and I can see it! Jeff, UT

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As a manufacturer myself, when I saw the huge press brake at Aerovault used to bend the side panels I knew Aerovault was real and we just had to have one. It’s been great! Bob, IL

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We arrived refreshed in Bozeman in good order. 1200 miles straight through in 18hrs with intermittent snow. Trailer was big hit. Very happy. Jeff, MT

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Love the trailer and have used it more than I thought I would have. It is fantastic. Craig, FL

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Towing the Aerovault makes my large RV rock-steady in wind and I can drive my RV 10 mph faster when I’m towing it! It’s my little draft bump buddy. Dean, MT

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Awesome, Awesome, Awesome! With my previous trailer I had to tow at 65 mph or less or the gearing on my truck would kick down, killing my mileage. With my Aerovault I can now tow faster and still get 35% better fuel mileage than with my other trailer or I can go the same 65 mph and get 56% better fuel mileage. The whole time not even noticing the Aerovault is back there. Good design and engineering really work. My dad always told me, “Buy it right or buy it twice!” Fred, AZ

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I was packing up our booth at the Monterey Historics when a man walked up to me and said: “I’ve been told you own that little silver trailer out there. I’m sorry to say I ran my 18 wheeler into it”. I smiled and said I was pretty sure he’d taken the worst of it. With a big smile of relief erupting across his face he said: “Yes ma’am! You’ve just got some red paint on yours and I’ve got a big dent in mine.” Gayle, NV

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Took first trip with car and Aerovault last night wow! I could not believe how it tracked with a midsize Merc, suv. Without thinking and following traffic I hit 85 in first 15 min of trip! No Big Rig corrections on interstate. Arrived totally relaxed. For the old v nose and ¾ ton I spent tons on sway control and weight distribution. Parts I don’t need now. My congratulations to you for going where no man has gone before! Hank, SC

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I made money getting the Aerovault by selling a rough riding 2013 ¾ ton truck I drove 8 times a year and a Featherlite trailer. Now I borrow my wife’s suv on the weekends to tow my Aerovault! Hank, SC

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It’s 30 degrees at TWS this morning but I’m toasty with my heater, oatmeal & coffee in my awesome Aerovault! Not many folks here last night – go figure. Scotch and cigar with last nights’ full moon and an outdoor propane heater was peaceful. All the best!

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I love this trailer! It tows like a dream, loads easily, has storage galore and gets more attention than my cars! Jeff, TX

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I’ve never seen anything like this trailer before. I was towing it to a race last Thursday and passed this tour bus. I noticed all the tourists had come to my side. They were waving and giving me the thumbs up sign. I thought they must really like my car and then I realized they can’t see my car… they love my Aerovault! Pat, NV

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Gayle, I love the trailer. Tim, GA

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I’m official! Rick, NC

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You guys were 100% right! The Aerovault tows like there's nothing there. I could not detect any inputs from the trailer being transferred to my tow vehicle. Even passing big rigs at 70 mph I couldn't feel the air disturbances that I always had with my previous trailers. Peter really knows his stuff. Ernie, CA

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One of the reasons I got an Aerovault is the build quality. If you look at the welds they are exceptional. The thickness of the material shows it’s going to be there a long time. Brian, KS

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Towing over the Sierras I couldn’t even tell the Aerovault was there and my SUV got 18 mpg. Bruce, Canada

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Standard ramps are used with most sporty street cars.

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This beautiful Aerovault/Porsche combination lives in Florida.

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Today’s small Sprinter-type vans are popular but most have a surprisingly low tow capacity. A lightweight Aerovault allows many people to use them to tow their cars.

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One of the widest cars we’ve run into is a 2016 Corvette Z06.

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Because Aerovaults are made with high quality materials, it’s easy to add brackets and fixtures for your specific equipment. Many Aerovault customers have taken their equipment and their Aerovault to their local fabrication shop and had brackets made for their items, as seen here.

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Not all cars need ramps as seen with Aerovault founder, Gayle Brock’s, 1974 BMW 2002tii.

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A lot of Daytona Cobra Coupes end up going into Aerovaults as Peter Brock designed both. The Aerovault in 2008 and the World Championship winning Daytona Coupe in 1963.

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An aerial view provides a clear perspective showing there are actually three fins on an Aerovault.

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6’ tall designer Peter Brock shows it’s rather easy to move around inside an Aerovault.

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Because Aerovaults are made with high quality materials, it’s easy to add brackets and fixtures for your specific equipment. Many Aerovault customers have taken their equipment and their Aerovault to their local fabrication shop and had brackets made for their items, as seen here.

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Group shot! Lined up outside the Aerovault manufacturing facility in Henderson, NV.

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The Aerovault’s semi-moncoque structure is brilliant, eliminating cumbersome and heavy framing members.

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The storage space in an Aerovault is deceiving. An Aerovault isn’t really small or short, it’s just not a full story tall like most box trailers.

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More than half of Aerovault owners own Porsches. Whether towing with a Porsche or sliding in a vintage 356, 911 or the latest GT3 or GT4.

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The Aerovault’s handling allows you to arrive at your destination refreshed. It doesn’t hurt either that you can make the trip in a luxury SUV.

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Three key people for Aerovault. From left to right, Production Manager Damien, Designer Peter Brock and David of Alden Transport.

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The Aerovault’s winch, with remote control fob, came in handy when this striking blue Porsche Panamera blew it’s engine on track. The Aerovault took it home in style.

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The Aerovault isn’t just an aerodynamic, great handling, lightweight trailer, it’s a source of ‘delight’. This photo was achieved by having the front interior light on and the back interior light off so this striking blue Panamera was backlight. Then the running lights and brake lights were on while having the light switch flipped that turns on the back-up lights manually for rear lighting when you need it. All of the lighting on the Aerovaults reflects beautifully in the aluminum whether it’s the interior or on the tailgate. Isn’t this scene a delight?

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This beautiful Daytona Cobra Coupe wasn’t going to a track. It was going home to the “Carroll Collection” museum in Michigan.

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Two of these Can-Am motorcycles will fit in an Aerovault. One Aerovault owner transported six vintage motorcycles in his to the Barrett-Jackson auction.

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This brand new Ford GT350 Shelby Mustang was spotted with an Aerovault at Cars ‘n Coffee in Henderson, NV.

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When not using the optional extension ramps they store conveniently, upright in the storage channel inside the tailgate opening.

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This beautiful Aerovault/Porsche GT3RS combination lives in Vancouver Canada.

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Alden Transport took a quick pic of Aerovault founders Gayle and Peter Brock while picking up an Aerovault headed to North Carolina.

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No matter what your car preference is, there’s just something special about these Ferrari F40s. This Aerovault/F40 combination was spotted during the Silver State Classic in northern Nevada.

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The Aerovault easily holds a spare set of wheels and tires on its front shelf.

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The aluminum of an Aerovault reflects light wonderfully. When darkness falls that same quality provides beautiful and effective lighting with the Aerovault’s two interior LED lights.

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No matter what stage of construction an Aerovault is in, it’s impressive.

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Custom made machines build the Aerovaults. This roller turns flat sheet 1/8” 6061 marine and aircraft grade aluminum into the perfectly rounded nose of an Aerovault.

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Will your car fit? Aerovault designer Peter Brock (seen here) wanted to make the point that Aerovaults aren’t actually small by driving his mid ‘80s Mercedes Benz four door sedan into one (roof off for full viewing).

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Even the raw materials an Aerovault is made with are striking!

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Each Aerovault is built with hooks along the walls and holes in the storage channels so items of any size and shape can be easily strapped down.

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The Aerovault’s semi-monocoque design means the walls are its frame. No vertical stick framing members covered with a thin veneer anywhere to be found on an Aerovault.

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There’s nothing more enjoyable and relaxing than hanging out in a beautiful Aerovault. And with a white roof it’s pretty cool in there too!

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We go to the extra expense to have all aluminum sheets PVC wrapped at the mill to protect the aluminum sheets from wear during construction. This wrapping stays on each Aerovault until it is completed.

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A bit of a traffic jam was created as people stopped to look at these six beautiful Aerovaults lined up ready for their owners/transporters to take them away.

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Aerovault owners love to show us the numerous items they store and carry in their Aerovaults. It’s not really a small trailer, it’s just not a 10’ story tall trailer. Save the planet, your wallet, your time and your sanity… don’t tow air!!

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The owner of this Endeavor RV and Aerovault combination has reported that his Aerovault stabilizes his RV in crosswinds and he can drive his RV 10mph faster when he’s towing his Aerovault. Now the problem is to decide if he should tow his Aerovault behind his RV ALL the time, not just when he’s taking his car to the track!

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This Aerovault/Porsche GT3 owner was tickled pink when he reported that he saved money buying his Aerovault. He sold his old trailer and ¾ ton rough riding truck he only used to tow his trailer and now tows his Aerovault to the track on weekends with his wife’s SUV. Husband and wife are both happy.

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Aerovault owners love to show us the numerous items they store and carry in their Aerovaults. It’s not really a small trailer, it’s just not a 10’ story tall trailer. Save the planet, your wallet, your time and your sanity… don’t tow air!!

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Aerovaults are produced in their Henderson, NV facility with the Mission to redefine the towing experience through innovative design and quality lightweight materials, building trailers that improve the lives of their owners, the people who build them and the planet.

TESTIMONIALS

Took first trip with car and Aerovault last night wow! I could not believe how it tracked with a midsize Merc, suv. Without thinking and following traffic I hit 85 in first 15 min of trip! No Big Rig corrections on interstate. Arrived totally relaxed. For the old v nose and ¾ ton I spent tons on sway control and weight distribution. Parts I don’t need now. My congratulations to you for going where no man has gone before!

Hank, SC

I’ve never seen anything like this trailer before. I was towing it to a race last Thursday and passed this tour bus. I noticed all the tourists had come to my side. They were waving and giving me the thumbs up sign. I thought they must really like my car and then I realized they can’t see my car… they love my Aerovault!

Pat, NV

Awesome, Awesome, Awesome! With my previous trailer I had to tow at 65 mph or less or the gearing on my truck would kick down, killing my mileage. With my Aerovault I can now tow faster and still get 35% better fuel mileage than with my other trailer or I can go the same 65 mph and get 56% better fuel mileage. The whole time not even noticing the Aerovault is back there. Good design and engineering really work. My dad always told me, “Buy it right or buy it twice!”

Fred, AZ – Owner of an MKI

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