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Ken Badsky

Oberlin, KS

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#148
Apr 2, 2008
 
Mat wrote:
The 1973 Spotty Sports was made by Oberlin Trailer Company. Does anyone have info about this company?
Another update about Oberlin Trailer Co., they originally built the King's Traveler Travel Trailer. They started production on March 1st 1966 by producing a 16' model. After a couple of months of production they found out a 14' model was more popular. Within a few months they were producing 3 a day and had a work force on 21 poeple. Still investigating the year when the business was sold to Bill Ulery and the name of the company and trailer was changed.
Brian

Colorado Springs, CO

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#149
Apr 5, 2008
 
Brandy I have a 1965 Land commander that I am putting on a blog to document the restoration. Here is the web address and you can see some of the picures I've posted so far. Any your camper pictues would be nice to see.
Brandy wrote:
Just found a Aristocrat Land Commander and I am looking for ANY info and pictures I can find on it. It is in pretty good conditon...some water damage but fixable, fridge and oven do not work. The toilet was removed and I am not sure about the wall heater or water heater. I was told it is a 1965...but I don't know how to find out for sure because I would like to start looking for replacement parts.
Thank you for any info and pictures!
Brandy Collette & family
mark seligman

Myrtle Creek, OR

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#150
Apr 5, 2008
 
i have an un restored yet liveable 1969 boles aero call for details po 641 selma or
julian cervantes

United States

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#151
Apr 7, 2008
 
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.
miked

United States

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#152
Apr 16, 2008
 
I just bought a 1964 16' terry trailer which needs some flooring work. I want to do it myself but hoping to get some advice from you folks. My first question is "Where do I start?" Anyone know of some reference materials I could get? Any advice or help is greatly appreciated!
dee hermann

Shepherdstown, WV

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#153
Apr 16, 2008
 
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.
Kelly Washington

United States

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#154
Apr 16, 2008
 
Looking for 1965 20 foot shasta for details and pics.
Bob A

East Brunswick, NJ

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#155
Apr 19, 2008
 
Beth wrote:
looking for a shasta or scotty or similar type to restore in the northeast
I own a 1975 17-foot, single-axel Shasta travel trailer that sleeps 6. It's in good shape but we haven't used it in 7-8 years so it needs a good going-over. I can e-mail you pictures, if you're interested. The camper is in NJ. rga1221@aol.com
Michael

Chico, CA

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#156
Apr 26, 2008
 
I am looking for a set of original aluminum Shasta travel trailer wings. We are restoring a 1967 17' Shasta Astroflyte. Any help in locating a set would be greatly appreciated.
garyd

Mountain View, AR

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#157
Apr 28, 2008
 
i just purchased an Arrow trailer, but can't find any information on it. i can send you pictures of the Arrow that I purchased. email me at: garyd@mvtel.net
taillady wrote:
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Hi, I have a 64 Arrow travel trailer that is original, I can send you some pix of it.
garyd

Mountain View, AR

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#158
Apr 28, 2008
 
i don't know. I have a 1957 Cardinal, and if you find an owner's group, let me know.
pat wrote:
We just bought a 1970 Cardinal. Is there a specific owners group?
Pat
Dave

Tucson, AZ

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#159
Apr 29, 2008
 
Sue Miller wrote:
I have a 1959 16' Shasta trailer. The Airflyte I believe? Does anyone else have one and happen to know what they weigh? I'm trying to determine if it can be pulled by a 1994 V-6 Ford Ranger that is rated for hauling up to 2000 lbs. I'm a little leary of hauling something at the upper limit of the truck's capacity. Thanks for any info.
Sue
Considering buying a 1960 Shasta and the uy told me he thinks it's at about 900 pounds or so. I came across two weights online on uship. One was like 758 and the other 1850...?
Did you find anything out?? I'd like to know what you came up with.
Dave
Dave

Tucson, AZ

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#160
Apr 29, 2008
 
Considering buying a 1960 Shasta and the guy told me he thinks it's at about 900 pounds or so. I came across two weights online on uship. One was 75ish and the other 1850...?
Did you find anything out?? I'd like to know what you came up with.
Dave

Since: Nov 07

Chandler, Arizona

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#161
May 1, 2008
 
Julian,

i would be interested in your trailer. You can email me at craig@azcraig.us
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.
don

Dallas, GA

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#162
May 1, 2008
 
i came across a square cracker box camper small , has a double rear door. bed in front ,seat on right that makes in to bed shower,sink and stove top over refer. Ant one have a clue, make and model

thanks don
Vintagetrailerga l

Roseville, CA

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#163
May 2, 2008
 
I recently owned a 71 Go Tag A Long. I have original owners manual and appliance paperwork. Email me at vintagetrailergal@yahoo.com
Robin wrote:
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I just added a post. I just bought one too. I am looking for the ID as well because I need to get a title for it. I was advised to tell the DMV that it is a home-made trailer If you find out any information at all about this trailer, please let me know. You can email me at transformationlmt@yahoo.com
Thanks!
lillian joslin

Spokane, WA

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#164
May 4, 2008
 
I also have a 1963 Lil Loafer Aristrocrat camp trailer and need to find some decals for the outside. Any idea where I can find some?
lillian joslin

Spokane, WA

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#165
May 4, 2008
 
Have a 1963 Aristocrat Camp Trailer. Need to find the "Lil Loafer" decals as well as a metal "Lil Loafer/Aristocrat" sign. Any ideas?
special ed

South Dennis, MA

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#166
May 10, 2008
 
I have owned a 63 bee-line camper made in elkheart indiana for several years. Have restored the interior, but am still looking for information on it or others like it. Hve searched the web for years and have never seen another like it. does anyone have info or pictures on bee-line campers. thanks ed
Charlie

Chapmansboro, TN

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#167
May 11, 2008
 
I have several items that I saved from a 1966-67 Travel Queen slidein 10-2 camper. Among them is a brass fire extinguisher in very good condition.I would like to get some idea as to what it may be worth, any ideas? Please e-mail

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