If you are a hot dog lover passing through central Connecticut, you need to know about Top Dog.
Because this particular 1963-model travel trailer proved to be too short for long family vacations, resale values remain relatively low, as vintage Airstreams go.
Alan designed, built, and installed the metal ends in the basement of his East Hampton, Conn., home. A total investment of $8000 was soon recouped by Andrea, whose tasty meals and unique setup (complete with tables, chairs, and signs that trace the history of the hot dog) are locally legendary.
Andrea’s been running Top Dog at a steady profit for nearly four decades, towing her trailer home at the end of each day.Below is a video of the Top Dog from 2010. Nothing has changed.
Except the price of course.