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Old 09-14-2010, 03:45 PM   #1
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1969 Duke travel trailer

I would like info on my 1969 Duke,18 foot travel trailer I seen that one person was redoing one.I never knew they made such a creature

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Hi Mr Roberts95. I don't know anything about Duke trailers, but wanted to welcome you to iRV2. Check out our Vintage RV section - you can probably get some tips there.

There isn't much difference in most RVs - just trim and styling. A travel trailer especially is juts a box on wheels. Appliances, water systems, etc. are pretty much industry standard items.

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Old 09-15-2010, 08:34 PM   #3
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Welcome to iRV2. back in the 60 and into the 70's there were a pot full of little manufacturers that lasted a few years. That is one I have not heard of. Have you tried a Google search? Is there a data plate on the left front corner with any manufacturers data and a location?

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