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Old 04-24-2012, 03:43 PM   #15
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it almost (from the view you sent) looks like a 5th wheel turned around.

Have you contacted Coleman direct? They should be able to figure out something for you:
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I don't think it's a coleman. I think the person that had the camper before me put the coleman logo on themselves.

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I included a pic of the back
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Old 04-24-2012, 03:58 PM   #18
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this looks like a serious rebuild from either a camper shell or a 5th wheel.
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Old 04-24-2012, 04:06 PM   #19
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Welcome to IRV2! Sure glad you joined the bunch here! I can't help with the ID but as someone else suggested, you might search the Vintage area of the forum. Good luck & God bless!
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Did you tow it home? Is it registered? Does the registration papers have the VIN#? If it is registered, can DMV records search help you?

Just trowing out thoughts.

Just did a search:

It looks close to a 1967 Fleetwing, but the outside siding is slightly different.
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Did some looking around on google, there was a travel trailer manufacturer called Arrow that was in business 1963-69. Considering the arrow on the side I'm wondering if this was an Arrow? If this was mfg at the end of their days in '69 there probably weren't many made which makes research tough. One of the few pics I found though did show an Arrow with a similar funky looking rear section.
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Any thoughts on the value of the trailer?
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Old 04-24-2012, 10:56 PM   #23
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Noticed this logo today. It's on the back of the camper. I still can't find anything similar to it on google or through search.

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Old 04-24-2012, 11:40 PM   #25
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Nice trailer, I'm sure you'll enjoy restoring and using it! Here's a link to Arrow Camper, from Nappanee, IN. It tells where to find the VIN on the tongue.

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Old 04-25-2012, 08:34 AM   #26
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dont know if answer reached you campers were sold at campers hqtrs on rte 1 @rte 27 inwalpole mass in 65-69 ,they alsol sold slide for trucks, my dad bought one just a great unit ,i went with 17 ft fan,front over hang big mistake,on my part. hope this is of some help iam also in mass in norfolk chris
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Some RVs had a data sheet inside, usually at the rear of a kitchen cupboard.
Have you checked on the frame up front by the tongue? Might be covered over with paint or crud.
Did you get a title from the seller? Info should be on it.
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I hope it can be identified. Our first slide-in camper was home-built (very well done) to fit in a Chevrolet El Camino. This is a darling trailer, the interior is really well designed.

Let's face it, folks, there are huge rvs - but, it is the little ones that make the best use of space.

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