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Old 04-26-2012, 03:08 AM   #29
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That door looks kinda thin in the picture, maybe its just the camera angle, but those six small windows on the door, It has to be pre 1970.
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I like it, it has character!
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Old 04-26-2012, 06:33 AM   #31
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Wasn't this pretty much ID'd as an Arrow in your other post?
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Old 04-26-2012, 03:56 PM   #32
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the serial # and model sticker may have been on the door frame which could have been changed out at some point..
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Old 04-27-2012, 08:53 PM   #33
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OK, I'm going with the "Arrow" brand.

Check out this 1965 Arrow Little Chief and compare that door to yours. I think we have a winner!

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Old 04-27-2012, 11:47 PM   #34
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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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Good points, but keep in mind those arrow trailers had no bathrooms... so they had more room for the rest of everything...actually in his inside pictures, that was what I noticed first, other than the blue oven, of course.
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Little smaller than yours, but, looks like an Arrow 'Lil Chief : https://picasaweb.google.com/1029751...eat=directlink
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Did anyone notice that all the "Arrow" trailers photos none have the arrow on the side like this one we are trying to ID? Wasn't there also a "Bow&Arrow" trailer with a odd spelling for Bow?Like Beau or Bo....
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That arrow looked pretty amateurish to me, I just took it as a clue as to brand, but not original graphic.
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Is there a lot of Coleman items in the trailer? Who makes the appliances in it? Is the word Coleman on the inside? DID you find the VIN number (short number 4 to 7 digits long) on the tongue under the paint? It will tell you what year it is.
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That arrow looked pretty amateurish to me, I just took it as a clue as to brand, but not original graphic.
If you look through all his pics, he has one showing the trademark Arrow logo on the rear. Definitely not an add on decorative type graphic, which the one on the side resembled. With the Arrow logo, the unusual rear section, etc I'd say it's an Arrow.
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I don't know, but I sure bet it is gonna look really nifty when he gets finished with his rehab of it!
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Did anyone notice that all the "Arrow" trailers photos none have the arrow on the side like this one we are trying to ID? Wasn't there also a "Bow&Arrow" trailer with a odd spelling for Bow?Like Beau or Bo....
Look at the one I posted.. #'s 25-30 above the window.. Looks like an Arrow emblem was removed..
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