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Old 09-09-2012, 10:34 PM   #1
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We have NO idea what it is! 1976...Help!

We have a new camper, we get it next week, my husband can't find a name anywhere on the camper.
We need to know what it is to help with the remodel...

Anyone have an idea?
I have literally spent hours looking at photo's...can't find a thing!

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Old 09-09-2012, 11:28 PM   #2
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Kalamity.....the make should be on the DMV registration along with year model.
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Old 09-09-2012, 11:38 PM   #3
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My guess would be a Terry but is just a guess. Like Autofish said, if you have the title it will tell you what you need to know and if you don't have it you have a problem.
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Old 09-09-2012, 11:47 PM   #4
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Old 09-09-2012, 11:58 PM   #5
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My guess would be a Terry but is just a guess.
You know, that was my first thought too. Don't know why though.
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Old 09-12-2012, 02:36 PM   #6
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Kind of reminds me of the Shasta that my grandparents had in the '70's. But that might be more due to the paint scheme and front venting window.

I was less than a teen through most of the 70's, but still recall plenty of fun times pulling their Shasta trailer down to Disney in the summer. That was with a "woody" style station wagon and us kids used to sit in the way back area with no seat belts and just our crayons, coloring books and mad magazines. Oh my how times have changed!
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Kind of reminds me of the Shasta that my grandparents had in the '70's. But that might be more due to the paint scheme and front venting window.

I was less than a teen through most of the 70's, but still recall plenty of fun times pulling their Shasta trailer down to Disney in the summer. That was with a "woody" style station wagon and us kids used to sit in the way back area with no seat belts and just our crayons, coloring books and mad magazines. Oh my how times have changed!
And You Lived thru it all
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No stamped or printed info inside a compartment or inside a kitchen cabinet ?!?

or was that before the weight police got their authority ?!?

wow -that looks like someone had a tractor or something to move it into that corner...
be careful pulling it out as it will swing and hit the fence, etc....

will be fun to clean up and lubricate and ... and... !!!
but bet the critters that look like they are living under it will not be happy
be careful, but enjoy !
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Yes ... and in the 70's we used to ride our bikes ALL over town, stay out until the street lights came on, some of the more "hair brained" kids used to ride their bikes behind the misquoto fogger trucks, we didn't have a babysitter after school, and used to camp out in the backyard in our tents, and walk to the 24 hour convenience store at 2am.

My how times have changed ....
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Yes ... an in the 70's we used to ride our bikes ALL over town, stay out until the street lights came on, some of the more "hair brained" kids used to ride their bikes behind the misquoto fogger trucks, we didn't have a babysitter after school, and used to camp out in the backyard in our tents, and walk to the 24 hour convenience store at 2am.

My how times have changed ....
And when I would come back to CT from a summer vacation in FLA visiting my dad, grandparents and his family, I *always* came back with a shoebox full of salamanders, toads and probably geckos. Try doing that on a flight these days!
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Just guessing of course but two-tone brown was a trend with Kit Companion, and/ or Nomad, Road Ranger, and Also Wilderness (before that green)
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Truth is, you don't really need to know what make it is to do the remodel- most trailers of that vintage had very similar systems. Appliances etc. would be manufacturer specific. THAT we can help with.

It seems to me that your biggest hurdle at the moment is title-related. Since as others have pointed out the manufacturer would be named on the title, can we assume that you didn't get one?

Registration etc. can be a real problem in that scenario.
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Pretty sure it's not a Nomad - had one of that vintage, but the other ideas are good ones. Especially like the Wilderness pre-green.
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Aljo trailer mfg by Skyline in the 70's. Aljo was a very well built trailer but was quite heavy by today's standards.
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