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Old 01-24-2014, 03:18 PM   #1
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61 Glendette

New hear and was looking for any info or literature on my 61 Glendette. I attached a pic so you can get an idea of the TT
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I'm guessing that since you're in Canada, the Glenette was an early product of Glendale in Stathoy, Ontario. Unfortunately Glendale went out of business in 2009. I know this doesn't help, but maybe search Ebay?
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Your trailer looks in great shape on the exterior. Blue happens to be my favorite color. I would love to see interior pictures. You should not have trouble getting most RV parts you need.
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I'm guessing that since you're in Canada, the Glenette was an early product of Glendale in Stathoy, Ontario. Unfortunately Glendale went out of business in 2009. I know this doesn't help, but maybe search Ebay?
Yes this was an early product of Glendale in Stathroy, Ontario. know they went out of business as well, I've looked everywhere for info on these even eBay and can't find alot that's why i'm trying here. Thanks.
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Your trailer looks in great shape on the exterior. Blue happens to be my favorite color. I would love to see interior pictures. You should not have trouble getting most RV parts you need.
Yes Sam not bad shape for the year here's a couple interior pics for you.

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I sold that same trailer ,only red and white,last yr ,was planning on restoring it, then we moved to town, no place to park it,
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Looks really nice and she should clean up really nnice.

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Thanks for posting the interior pictures. Looks like a little TLC on the inside should go a long way.
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Hi Tbaillie, My family and our nieghbours had a few Glendales back in the day, we had 2 Glenelles, a 65 13 ft and a 69 17 ft, friends had a 69 Glendale/Glendette the very same as what you are saying is a 61, and another friend a 69 Golden Falcon again the same as yours, as Golden Falcon was made by Glendale. There are alot of differences in the appearance, shape in 61 was more rounded front and back, windows previous to 68&67 were narrow multi louvers. So what Im saying is your trailer is newer than 61, that said Glendales were a well built top of the line trailer and with a little work in yours can be great again. Enjoy it, the restortation part and the traveling/camping part, looks like it got alot of fun times still in it.
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Hi Tbaillie, My family and our nieghbours had a few Glendales back in the day, we had 2 Glenelles, a 65 13 ft and a 69 17 ft, friends had a 69 Glendale/Glendette the very same as what you are saying is a 61, and another friend a 69 Golden Falcon again the same as yours, as Golden Falcon was made by Glendale. There are alot of differences in the appearance, shape in 61 was more rounded front and back, windows previous to 68&67 were narrow multi louvers. So what Im saying is your trailer is newer than 61, that said Glendales were a well built top of the line trailer and with a little work in yours can be great again. Enjoy it, the restortation part and the traveling/camping part, looks like it got alot of fun times still in it.
Muskoka Guy, i'm saying 61 as i didn't get an ownership with it took the serial and model numbers to a local RV shop and he confirmed it as 61. but if not i might have t transfer it as homemade so i can get an ownership for it..
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Can't help you, but just wanted to say welcome!! Also that is a great looking trailer you have there!
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Welcome!- Have you tried the car literature people listed in "Hemmings" magazine?
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