History of '74 Aer-Flo minis - Fiberglass RV


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Old 02-17-2011, 03:23 PM   #1
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I purchased my little Aer-Flo last summer in August. Not including the hitch it is really only 10ft. Cannot find any information regarding them at all. Have tried the web and nobody there has anything regarding them. It seems to be the only on in our group. I checked far and wide and have no idea about its history. Would appreciate any information.
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Old 02-17-2011, 05:39 PM   #2
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I tried Googling your trailer and this is all i could come up with....the second post down says it came from Renfrew, Ontario
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Pictures? We like pictures, interior as well as exterior

The forth post down on the link that Joe provided show's a pic of it. Does yours look like that? Cute!
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Old 02-18-2011, 02:18 PM   #4
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Pictures? We like pictures, interior as well as exterior

The forth post down on the link that Joe provided show's a pic of it. Does yours look like that? Cute!
Thanks, for the info my Aer-Flo is raised lettering on the back outside exactly spelled Aer-Flo in big lettering. Raised middle roof looks like some of the pictures that were sent. Mine is a 13R model.
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I tried Googling your trailer and this is all i could come up with....the second post down says it came from Renfrew, Ontario
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Thanks Joe, My little egg looks similar. It is a model 13R with raised lettering on back, roof raised and interior has 3 large raised sea shells behind kitchen table on the wall all interior is fiberglass. My registry has pictures of it.
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Nice Rare Trailer..... I Like It
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I just looked at your Trailer Profile... cute!
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Great pic's in your profile, Thanks!


I have to ask, those shell/leaf/fan shaped scrolly things on the wall behind your table/bed are they molded into the fiberglass? Or are they like stick on thingy's? I have never seen anything like that in interior fiberglass before so I am thinking my eyes are playing tricks on me...
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Great pic's in your profile, Thanks!


I have to ask, those shell/leaf/fan shaped scrolly things on the wall behind your table/bed are they molded into the fiberglass? Or are they like stick on thingy's? I have never seen anything like that in interior fiberglass before so I am thinking my eyes are playing tricks on me...

Hi Robin,

Why yes they are molded right into the fiberglass walls. I never saw them like that before either. I love it because I think it is unique and unlike other minis. The big seashells are the first things that grabbed our attention also.

Thanks for the great comment.
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