Laurie

Jacksonville, FL

#310 Jan 29, 2009
I bought a 1956 Layton travel trailer. Have not found any pictures or info online. Would like to talk to someone that owns one. Would love to see some pictures of the same year. Can anyone help?
Thanks, Laurie
Corvette and Club Texas

Elizabeth, PA

#311 Jan 30, 2009
Laysfarm
What are you asking for you 58 Corvette vintage trailer?.....I love the Corvette camper.
Feel FREE to post your classic camper for sale on the Texas vintage trailer club 'Club Texas'....Its the largest Texas vintage trailer group online.
........Ron
Copy and past URL for 'Club Texas'
http://tinyurl.com/39r72n
kit

Apple Valley, CA

#312 Feb 2, 2009
Hi all
i have a 1968 cardinal, started a project and unable to finish. would like to sell, apple valley,ca.
Fredy

AOL

#313 Feb 8, 2009
I have a 68 Eriba Puck..Its usable but I am going to restore..I'd like a source for parts, information, Eriba literature and maybe sympathy..
Hope to hear..Fredy Ryan Grandavenuegym@aol.com
Pastor Philip

United States

#314 Feb 9, 2009
Les wrote:
I have a 1972, 29' Holiday travel trailer that I'm interested in selling. It can be purchased with the park site or taken off. Trailer is well maintained and in very good condition...has been used a couple of weeks each summer. Located at present time at York Beach, ME. Any interested parties?
Yes...write familymission[at-sign]yahoo dot com with details about both or part trade for Arizona property.
Susan

Morganville, NJ

#315 Feb 15, 2009
Billy wrote:
I'm buying an old go-tag-a-long tomorrow, and questioning whether I should go through with the deal. Seems there aren't many left out there, which leads me to believe they didn't last as long as Shasta or others. Plus, the wheel base is so narrow, I question if they pull OK.
How many people have one and are they, generally, worthwhile to fix up?
Hello, just wondered if you bought the trailer, and how you like it. I am looking at buying a 1973. Thanks
Rose

United States

#316 Feb 22, 2009
Ron M wrote:
My dad just passed away and I'm looking to sell the 1968 Streamline trailer he left me.
Looking to talk to anyone w/info on a 1968 Red Dale travel trailer. Can't find info anywhere. Plz help!! email me at guerrarose01@yahoo.com Thanx!
Utah steve

United States

#317 Feb 24, 2009
Where can I find vintage range/ovens for 1950's "canned ham" style trailer I am restoring.
Phil

Powell, OH

#318 Feb 24, 2009
Billy wrote:
I'm buying an old go-tag-a-long tomorrow, and questioning whether I should go through with the deal. Seems there aren't many left out there, which leads me to believe they didn't last as long as Shasta or others. Plus, the wheel base is so narrow, I question if they pull OK.
How many people have one and are they, generally, worthwhile to fix up?
I have a Tag-a-long and it is a great little camper.Early 80s and it pulls smooth and steady with radial tires on. They last a long time if you care for them right. The people must take of them to last as long as the rest of the IN name brands,plus the IN name brands are much older than the rest.Just my thought on it. I would buy another in a heartbeat,did you?
Phil

Powell, OH

#319 Feb 24, 2009
I have a Tag-a-long and it is a great little camper.Early 80s and it pulls smooth and steady with radial tires on. They last a long time if you care for them right. The people must take of them to last as long as the rest of the IN name brands,plus the IN name brands are much older than the TAG.s. Just my thought on it. I would buy another in a heartbeat,did you?
Phil

Powell, OH

#320 Feb 24, 2009
Susan wrote:
<quoted text>Hello, just wondered if you bought the trailer, and how you like it. I am looking at buying a 1973. Thanks
Yes Buy it they are great campers to own. Pull real well and feel like home.
Billy

Birmingham, AL

#321 Feb 28, 2009
Susan wrote:
<quoted text>Hello, just wondered if you bought the trailer, and how you like it. I am looking at buying a 1973. Thanks
Yes, I bought it. All original, down to the turquoise fridge, sink and propane stove, but I'll be removing the fridge, at least. Even had one of those propane lamps on the wall. Got alot of work to do on it, but it seems simple enough. Replacing some upper framing; ends of roof joist rotted off in a couple of places. Still, It is quaint and has the vintage 'look'.
bob

Chicago, IL

#322 Mar 7, 2009
we are looking at a camper and it is called a ROYAL EXECUTIVE and we were wondering what brand it is... if you know please let us know because it needs a lot of word and we are wondering if it is worth it... thanks!!!
Barbara

Forest City, IA

#323 Mar 10, 2009
I am redoing my 67 BeeLine Trialer and know there is a type of plywood? that bends easily to repair bad wood. I can not find the name of it, but was told about it years ago. My trailer is the curved canned ham shape. Any information would be appreciated.

“Meow”

Since: May 07

Yacking up a topix hairball

#324 Mar 11, 2009
I know that the Mitchell Fishing Hut is no longer made, but is there a way to find one. Or does anyone do remakes of this or any other vintage camper?

Right now with a lot of lighter weight materials used for making campers and trailers. It would be nice to get some of this vintage makes done again. That way I could trade in my gas guzzling one ton GMC truck for a half ton instead.

just an idea.

“Meow”

Since: May 07

Yacking up a topix hairball

#325 Mar 11, 2009
Right now I own a 1957 Cardinal trailer. Bought it 10 years ago and it is still in great condition. The thing is so heavy that when I bought it I almost couldn't get it home. Went out the next day and bought a truck that could handle it.

Now I'm in the market for something lighter weight and able to be on my truck, but I don't fancy the newer campers.
Chris

Fresno, CA

#326 Mar 13, 2009
judith moriarty wrote:
has anyone heard of a Scotty Serrano camper trailer?
Try this site http://www.tincantourists.com/wiki/doku.php...
Valerie

Salida, CA

#327 Mar 16, 2009
Looking for campground recommendations in the Pismo/Avila Beach area. Not on the beach but close. We have a teardrop trailer and prefer smaller, quieter spots. Will be there the first week in June. Hook-ups okay but not necessary. Thanks.
Barb and Glenn

Hazleton, PA

#328 Mar 24, 2009
Hi -
We were recently given a 14-foot Li'l Cub camper, which we're told was made in the 1970s. So far we can't find any information on the Li'L Cub on the internet, so any information that someone might be able to share with us would be greatly appreciated, as it needs much restoration. Also, we'd love to see what the original Li'l Cub logo artwork looked like, as the logo on the back of it is badly faded. E-mail can be sent to gbh04@verizon.net.
Mike

Georgetown, TX

#329 Mar 24, 2009
We have just purchased what we believe is a mid to late 60's Cardinal. Does anyone have any info on these? Any idea where the VIN is hiding?

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