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1954 Franklin

1954 Franklin

1938 Kozy Coach

1938 Kozy Coach

1950 Westcraft

1950 Westcraft

1957 Airfloat Cruiser 27′

1957 Airfloat Cruiser 27′

1936 Roadhome

1936 Roadhome

These were built in Los Angeles, California with masonite sides over a spruce wood frame.

1939 Schult

1939 Schult

Schult is the oldest home manufacturer still in business, having started in 1933. This example shows the mid-range size of home between a travel trailer and full home that were popular at the time. It features a built-in refrigerator instead of an ice box, along with a white gas...

1966 Mustang

1966 Mustang

These trailers were built before Ford Motor Company began using the name. This was one of the first of the “bunkhouse” design which has a second-story bed (the stairs can be seen in the interior photo, behind the stove.)

1954 Yellowstone

1954 Yellowstone

The Yellowstone company was founded in 1946 in Wakarusa, Indiana. This is an example of the higher-line of travel trailers made in the 1950’s. It features a blond birch interior along with apartment-size appliances.

1948 Westwood Coronado 24′

1948 Westwood Coronado 24′

An all original trailer found in the Owens Valley area of California.

1948 Palace Royale

1948 Palace Royale

Owner: Greg Miller You’ve got to love the curves of this beautiful body! It is rare for the era to have such wonderful curves in the body panels–the manufacturer’s ads stated the aluminum panels are stamped on a press like an automobile’s panels. An impeccable exterior finish on this...

1961 Holiday House Tandem 24′

1961 Holiday House Tandem 24′

Early in 2013,this was the only 24-foot Holiday House known to exist. However, late in the same year another one surfaced which was in good shape but needing restoration. It had green trim. 24-foot Holiday Houses feature a tandem axle.

1951 M Systems 24′

A beautifully restored 1951 M Systems