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Manufactured in St. Cloud, Minnesota, as early as 1965 (possibly 1961). With vertical seam of the two molded halves, the Cloud is similar to the Burro and U-Haul.
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Manufactured in 1985, possibly from old U-Haul molds, although of single-hull design.
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Built in the late 1970s-early 1980s, by Dolphin Fiber Glass Ltd. of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Length: 14 ft.
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Manufactured in Aurora, Nebraska, by Century, Mfg., around 1970-1973, this trailer was one of the "American made Boler" clones. The name was reportedly an acronym of the given names of the three brothers who owned the company. Also known as ECO Featherlite.
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This tandem axle, 15' trailer was manufactured at "The Egg Ranch of Oregon," in Oakridge, Oregon, ca. 2000-2002. It had surge brakes, and was reportedly designed for hunters.
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Individually manufactured in Southern California (San Diego 1975-1977, Mira Loma 1978-1980, Fontana 1981-1986) by the Fiber Stream Company, consisting of Carolyn Lenard, her Husband, and one employee. It is the Only molded-in-one-piece body, dual axle, sixteen foot travel trailer made. The advertising copy read, "The interior designed for women by a woman..."
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Manufactured in 2008, in Azura, CA by American Sport Trailer Co. Features 6'4" interior head room, with outside galley.
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Described as possibly the first fiberglass travel trailer ever built, only 5 were manufactured, between 1958 and 1962, by Holiday House Trailers (Harry & David Fruitier) of Medford, Oregon. More on its history at
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Description: are these the same as Lil Gypsy? Originally built for safaris in Africa, this unique lightweight trailer (Lil' Gypsy Model 1650-A (built in 1996)) is unparalleled in its spacious interior, flexibility and comfort.
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Astro Manufacturing Corp., Ontario, Calif., ca. 1972.
Similar to Trails West, except has a permanent "dome" in the center of the back 3/4 of the roof,instead of a pop-top. Thirteen ft. long, with horizontal mold-seam and rear entry door.
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