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Tricia

United States

#556 Apr 14, 2010
Travel Trailer Tammy wrote:
<quoted text>I sanded the aluminum window casings, rain gutters, and door panels fist. Then I primed them with Krylon spray primer, followed by Krylon high gloss spray paint in a vintage blue. Worked great. The spray came out nice and even. The hardest part was covering up the rest of the trailer with newspaper and tape!! The painting part was easy. Send me your email, and I"ll send you some photos!
Would love to see pictures! I have a 1959 16 ft. Oasis- [email protected] (dot) com

Since: Apr 10

La Jolla, CA

#557 Apr 14, 2010
Travel Trailer Tammy wrote:
<quoted text>I've had my 65 Oasis for about 2 years now and have done quite a bit to it to restore it. She's small, only about 11', single axle, but a great floor plan! Sleeps 4 easy (2 adults, 2 kids). This Oasis was well taken care of my a doctor who owned her most of her life, even installed an A/C at some point (nice!). it has the original oven/stove top and fridge - all working great! The heater had been yanked out, and a door/storage in it's place - which is fine by me. Original pink little sink (with small chip in it that I'd like to try to fix someday). Mine had brakes on it, too. Great big front picture window, which I love!!! What else can I tell you about her? Have you tried paining yours yet?
I have a word.doc with the history of Oasis trailers, pictures, floor plans.... I can email it to you if you give me your email address.
Janet

Vancouver, WA

#558 Apr 14, 2010
I just bought a 1969 Aladdin 16. It is in pretty good shape and has the original brochures. Is there any way to re stain the wall panels.
Thanks
B Tal

Northampton, PA

#559 Apr 16, 2010
Hi every body I am putting together a vintage travel trailer interactive site called tincanalley.ning.com for people to share pics,videos, ideas, help topics etc. live chat and a lot more.(you can build your own page) its free and a great way to build a community online. check it out, drop a line and join up if you like. I am working on my 1963 shasta Astrodome thanks, Brian
Dan

Tyrone, PA

#560 Apr 16, 2010
My wife and I bought a go tag along in April 2009 with no TITLE. We looked hi and low for the year and did not find it until after we had gotten a title for it. I was adding an outlet for a small fridge (in plac of the ice box) and found the year and model# on the breaker box. Hope this helps. I am also looking into getting decals for the front and back made for it. Let me know if you are interested in any of them. My E-mail address is [email protected]
Ross K wrote:
I recently aquired a Go-Tag-A-Long Camper trailer, Does any one know where to find the ID Tag? I have no information about this camper,Could someone please help me. Thank You.
Dawn

United States

#561 Apr 27, 2010
I have a 1969 Shasta that I need to sell. We bought it to fix up. Got about 1/2 way done and quit. Anyone want a fixer uper? Email for pics. [email protected]
princesskymber

United States

#562 Apr 29, 2010
We were given a 1968 22' Fireball trailer. Can anyone refer me to pics of what it might have looked like in its day?
rhino6348

Broomfield, CO

#563 May 6, 2010
I just bought a 1970 tec camp mate I am looking for anyone with pictures or places to find some refrences
Mark Ross

Abrams, WI

#564 May 9, 2010
Did you ever get any information on your posting? If so I am interested in what you found out - becasue as to face during that period of time Some friends of ours that camped here in wisconsin had one of those Caboose campers. I would be even interested in obtaining the plans for one.
dee hermann wrote:
I'm looking for more information on a 1973 Semaphore Caboose Travel Trailer. What I have found so far is:
"The Semaphore Manufacturing Company in Williamsburg, Ohio, created approximately only 800 of these Train Caboose Campers. Very few are still in existence today.
It is made of aluminum and steel and weighs 4,800 lbs. The box is 20 feet long, with a 3 foot deck."
If anyone has more information on these campers, it would be appreciated.
gwayne

AOL

#565 May 21, 2010
Raven wrote:
Hi ya Gang:
I just bought and older Go Tag Along 13' camper. We are having a ball refurbishing her. I just have one problem, I have been under, around, and, in every nook and cranny trying to find the Vin and Gross Weight for this thing! I am starting to turn gray! I can't even tell what year it is. Can anyone out there help out? It would be Greatly Appreciated.
Raven
I did the same thing. I need to file for lost title but can't find vin number. My trailer is a scotty sportman. The year is around 1960 to 1965. Can anyone help me? Thanks gwayne
gwayne

AOL

#566 May 21, 2010

I JUST BOUGHT A 1960 TO 1965 SCOTTY SPORTSMAN. CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHERE I MIGHT FIND THE ID# or vin#. i HAVE LOOKED ALL OVER THE TRAILER. I NEED TO APPLY FOR LOST TITLE. THANKS GWAYNE
mary

United States

#567 May 21, 2010
Nancy Knudsen wrote:
<quoted text>
I also just purchased a 13 ft trailer and would love to paint it soon. If you could email me any information your receive I would be very happy.
[email protected]
Thank You
use air craft paint, but clean the metal first
mary

United States

#568 May 21, 2010
use aircraft paint, but clean the metal first
Shawn

Denver, CO

#569 May 22, 2010
I just adopted a 50's single axle, dual door Holly camper and would like any information on it! it was made in Holly, MI. Thanks
Chris

Kirkland, WA

#571 May 24, 2010
I found a cool old Angelus 22 footer. I can't seem to find any info on Angelus Trailer Company in LA in 1946... Anyone have any leads?
lijo

Jeffersonville, IN

#572 May 25, 2010
lijo wrote:
<quoted text>
We purchased a 1970 BeeLine. I can find no information on the line of trailers other than the name of several models...I have come across a Hornet and a Bee both manufactured by BeeLine.
Since it has been a while since your original post, can you now add anything to the information you have?
Sorry, I have not checked back for quite sometime. I have found some additional information but, not much. They also sold a model called a Wasp! They trailers came in 13' 15' & 18' lengths. I am hoping to acquire a sales brochure soon. I will let you know more. We paid $2000 for ours but, the inside was remodeled in the 1980s so, it ir no where near to original. The cabinets have been replaced, the cushions reupholstered and even the walls replaced with the particle board kind that appears to be wallpapered that you find in new campers. We even have new windows and a new door except for the window up over the collapsable bunk and the bathroom.
cody

Amity, OR

#573 May 27, 2010
I have a 1969 aladdin 16' travel trailer does any body know about what price one of these sell for with Ice box refer three burner stove hand pump water with option for a hose or 110volt or 12 volt lighting please email at [email protected]
cody

Amity, OR

#574 May 27, 2010
Janet wrote:
I just bought a 1969 Aladdin 16. It is in pretty good shape and has the original brochures. Is there any way to re stain the wall panels.
Thanks
I have one of these travel trailers I am looking to sell but I have no idea what is worth if you dont mind me asking what was the price on the one you purchased email at [email protected]
swanee

United States

#575 May 28, 2010
Dave wrote:
I am in process of buying a 1968 Pathfinder camper and was wondering where I can find info and/or pictures of it. thank you for your time.
We just bought a 68 pathfinder and would like info also. If you find out anything please share. Thanks
Jan

Mccleary, WA

#576 May 29, 2010
Looking for any information about Aladdn travel trailers.

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