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Anne

Gainesville, FL

#849 Feb 19, 2013
Do you want to sell it?
gibby wrote:
Hello. I collect vintage license plates, and found an interesting plate "topper" in a recently acquired collection. It advertises the Ace Traveler Co. of Alfred Maine. I'm wondering if Ace was a manufacturer of trailers or a dealership? Also, if this topper can be dated to within a few years. It is red on white plastic and shows the four suits of ace cards.
Thanks for your help.
[email protected]
Anne

Bronson, FL

#850 Feb 19, 2013
Hey! We just recently picked up an ACE camper 1967 (believed to be). Ours is what we guess to be a 13-14 ft... It's all there, but we think the gaucho got modified somehow. Do you guys by chance have pictures you can send us? We are looking for anything we can find on the Ace campers and would be happy to share anything we've found with you.

Thank you,
Anne & Randy
Archer, FL
Russ from Massachusetts wrote:
just got my wife a believed to be 1962 (we don't know what it is yet). only markings are ACE TRAVELER CO. from Maine. is this the brand or dealership who sold it. Aluminum inside walls and ceiling. anyone got ideas ???? please drop me an e-mail [email protected]
Tony

United States

#851 Feb 24, 2013
I have a 1958 easy traveler made in elkhart indiana it was my grandparents camper. I acquired a few years back and would like to know any info on the manufacture. When they were in business and cost of the camper? It is 12 ft long has a drop down floor aluminum sheeted and not painted.
Les

Vancouver, WA

#852 Feb 28, 2013
Laurie wrote:
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
My name is Les and am looking at a 56 Layton. Any idea what price range they go for? This one seems pretty good for it's age. Some water spots by roof air vent. In original condition. My email is [email protected]
Larry Hill

Durham, NC

#853 Mar 4, 2013
julian cervantes wrote:
I'am developing a property in norther california and a 1948 Aero Flite trailer was left on the property, I decided to save the trailer from my graders. It is in original condition. The interior needs some new wood and flooring, all the sinks, frig, heater, cabinets, toilet are intact. I think the trailer could be restored with a few $$$ and time. Does anyone know the value of this trailer in its' "original condition". I do not think I will have time to undertake the task of restoring.
Just curious if you still have this trailer? [email protected]
Jane

Port Deposit, MD

#854 Mar 15, 2013
Needing manual for a 1965 oasis camper.
dwayne h

Eastaboga, AL

#855 Mar 20, 2013
Does anyone know where I can find a vin or anything on my camper.I have what I believe is a 65' shasta lil' beaver?
Ralph Woodbury

Fairfield, ME

#856 Mar 22, 2013
Russ from Massachusetts wrote:
have a 1962 ace, my wife says keep it original i say spruce it up with a few "more" modern ammenities... whats the consenses out there. looking for your opinions
thanks Russ
I have one in maine I want to sell need info on price to ask 71 ace coastline 15ft desent shape. my email is [email protected]
Ralph Woodbury

Fairfield, ME

#857 Mar 22, 2013
I got a 71 ace coastline for sale need info on price to ask from someone who isn't going to buy. my email is [email protected]
Dave C

Orlando, FL

#858 Mar 23, 2013
Terry wrote:
I am looking for any documentation or information on 1948 Lintzcraft camper. Any sites with information about serial number layout frame body
number manufactured where manufactured specifactions etc. thanks
Hi. I have a 48 Lintzcraft (15') here in great shape...doing little things to restore it to a more original appearance. Email if you have questions.
Bruce Irwin

Lakeside, CA

#859 Mar 24, 2013
Ron in San Diego wrote:
Looking for information on COASTLINE Travel trailers. Looking to restore a Coastline Model 15 trailer. Year unknown at this time. Any information appreciated.
Ron, Email me at [email protected] My father owned the company.
Bruce Irwin

Lakeside, CA

#860 Mar 24, 2013
Ron,
Email me at [email protected] My father owned the company.
Jeff S

Fergus Falls, MN

#861 Mar 29, 2013
catnumber 7 wrote:
I just purchased a 1950's Howard Coach Company 30' trailer. Was wondering if anyone had any info on these.
There is a 25 foot Howard coach in Waubay South Dakota that 'Iron Man' offered as a spear house. It is pretty bad, but the longer I sat in in and looked around,(while waiting for a Northern Pike to swim by in a hole in the floor) it must have been a really neat unit with cast iron gas cook range, gas refridge, and oil pot heater in the living room. It had all birch woodwork and nice pine cabinets with quarter round trim. I liked it so much that I am now occasionally searching the web to see if there is any factual information about whether it was a kit or production and the like.
Jeff
George La Pierre

Amherst, NH

#862 Apr 3, 2013
Rex Conaway wrote:
Frolic travel trailer owners
I reproduce vintage travel trailer emblems and now have Frolic emblems. The ones I make are exact duplicates of the original Frolic emblems made with polyurethane plastic. If you are interested email m
e at [email protected]
Good I'm going to need some for my 86!
cody

Spokane, WA

#863 Apr 13, 2013
Not sure if I've reached the right spot or not but I've been searching all over for a wire diagram for an 1983 24.5 foot fireball travel trailer any one have any knowledge on this please email me @ [email protected] thank you for your time.
Zgoldielocks

Waynesboro, VA

#864 Apr 15, 2013
I am selling my 1967 Shasta Travel trailer. It is 13' long. I updated the inside. It has a Retro feel. I am asking 1200.00 Do you think thats too much?
Zgoldielocks

Waynesboro, VA

#865 Apr 15, 2013
dwayne h wrote:
Does anyone know where I can find a vin or anything on my camper.I have what I believe is a 65' shasta lil' beaver?
My 67 Shasta Vin was on the hitch bars on the left side. They were a little hard to find because the previous owners painted over them.
judy

North Scituate, RI

#866 Apr 19, 2013
Just got a 71 trotwood landcruiser for free. Great shape on outside. gutting inside. new floor, wall panels. Need water heater shower/toilet combo to relace. Any ideas where to find this stuiff?
Steve

Baker City, OR

#867 Apr 22, 2013
ShirleyJean wrote:
We have a 1963 Field and Stream trailer and also a 1963 Oasis. I would love any information anyone can send me on either one of these. Thanks
Call RV Pro in Vancouver, WA. Ask for Lorrie. Her Grandparents sold Oasis Trailers back in the 60's. I have a 1963 Oasis that was custom built for them. BTW, I have an original bathroom 110v light fisture I would like to sell.
heychickiepoo

Surrey, Canada

#868 Apr 30, 2013
ShirleyJean wrote:
We have a 1963 Field and Stream trailer and also a 1963 Oasis. I would love any information anyone can send me on either one of these. Thanks
Hi ShirleyJean, my dream trailer is a 1963 Field and Stream. Just thought I would ask if you would consider selling her. Thank you for your consideration.

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