There was a group of trailer manufactures who in the late 1960's and early 1970's produced a remarkably similar looking small fiberglass travel trailer with a partial popup down the center. They rolled out of the factory weighing less than 1,000 pounds, some being around 890 lbs with a modest tongue weight. This means they are well within the capacity for the Elements to pull.
They are taller than a Tear Drop and have a popup area at the entry door that extends over aisle the kitchen area. But the ceiling height does not allow standing head room over the dinette or at the sidewall area next to the popup. The dinette area at the rear makes up into a very roomy bed. Mine creates a 6'5" X 6'5" bed. So there are advantages over a tear drop style because you can cook inside while standing up, nice big windows to look out of, good ventilation and it also has more storage and a bigger bed. It is lighter in weight than many tear drops. When towing it is not much taller than the Element and the hitch height is just right too. They are short enough to fit in a garage so there are quite a few of this type of trailer around that are still in good shape for their age.
My vintage fiberglass trailer is a 1971, Trails West Campster. There is now another horse trailer company using the name Trails West but they are not in any way associated with the fiberglass trailers that were produced in the late 1960s through the mid 1970s. Being a west coast product you are most likely to find one on the west coast either on craigslist or from the free classified at http://www.fiberglassrv.com/forums/
You might find one that is in good original condition, one that has been remodeled, or one that is in "yet another project" condition. I have the project type, the exterior is in fair condition but it needs a total redo on the interior. Not a big issue for me since I have all the skills needed for that.