1969 Rare 15' Aristocrat LoLiner Project Trailer

Contact Information
Contact Michael Helms
Damaged (One Star) - Generally unsafe, May have severe mechanical problems, Costly repairs are needed
Grapevine, Texas
More Information

This two-owner, clean titled trailer still has all of its original equipment (not original lowering wheels). This is a great project for an experienced camper restoration outfit. We are the second owners that bought this trailer to restore in 2017. When we bought it, the undercarriage had already been done. New bearings, hubs, springs, and all three wheels had been powder coated. We cleaned all the tree sap off the siding and moved her into the garage. The windows, door, and siding were removed to repair the rotting wood where there were leaks. Most of the interior was removed to upgrade everything. Well, we didn't finish!

How far did we get? All the rot was repaired and a few pieces of siding were re-installed. All the lights were replaced.

What needs doing: install remaining windows (all glass is there and not cracked), finish installing exterior aluminum siding, install the door, replace some interior siding contact paper/paint walls, re-install interior.

What comes with trailer: thousands of stainless screws, all original equipment and cushions, paint gun and equipment we bought for project like a set of smaller wheels for use getting her in the garage.

Please call or email for plenty of pics of current state of trailer. Here is a link to the history of this trailer: https://tincantourists.com/wiki/aristocrat/

The interior image below is a representation of the layout of the trailer. The other two pics are the day we brought her home. Thanks for looking

No tags for this post.