1937 Pierce-Arrow Travelodge


As the depression was crushing the Pierce-Arrow Motor Company, they attempted to boost profits with a line of travel trailers, offered in three lengths: the 13′ Model C, the 16′ Model B, and the 19′ Model C. (Lengths quoted by the factory did not include the hitch/tongue.) Prices were $782, $972, and $1282 respectively. The Pierce Arrow Society estimates that a total of 440 units were produced. Production started in late 1936 and ended in ’37.