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Old 06-29-2002, 02:33 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Vintage Trailer museum

I recently came across this site in my search for some info on vintage A/S trailers.
It even has one trailer (not A/S) listed for 1892~!!!! (using real mule power)
http://www.allmanufacturedhomes.com/...bile_homes.htm
btw; Be sure to check out the kewl postcards.
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Old 06-29-2002, 08:44 AM   #2
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Definitely a neat site.

"I gotta git me one of them Space Queens." http://www.allmanufacturedhomes.com/...queen_8x26.htm

This one is a true work of art. http://www.allmanufacturedhomes.com/...per_deluxe.htm

Interesting is that Airstream is the only survivor from the early era. Many of these really look good.
Now I am I am going to have to waste a 1/2 hour looking at all of them. Thank God for Broadband.

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That Trailer Park Trash book looks interesting (she looks familiar I think I know her) . And the Montgomery Ward is a collectors item now $$$. Actually I visited this site a few months ago and more has been added since then which is good, but tornado's sure dont like them.

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Talking Ref:vintage trailers

I couldn't agree more~
Not only are the A/S still around, they're regarded as an "American Icon".(which all of us knew)
Have you ever visited the 'vintage-vacation" website? The work they do to bring back old trailers is out of this world~! (I've been told that, some of the projects were in the 6 figures range)
Glad you enjoyed it.
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