1947 Westwood Coronado 2

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Excellent (Five Stars) - Looks brand new, No signs of wear, New tires, Maintained very well, Flaw-free body, Clean title
Los Angeles, CA
Current CA PTI with original yellow plate
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This trailer has an older ground up restoration by Steven Butcher and myself. All of the wood on the ceiling is new and everything from there down is original wood. This Westwood has the beautiful Birch/Douglass fir frame and panel interior. With all aluminum riveted construction, the Westwood is light and easy to pull. Other than the the full interior restoration, the trailer was stripped to bare aluminum, one panel was replaced and a fresh automotive prime and paint was applied. The paint has a few light scratches, but still looks great. Here are a few of the other amenities added:

Fresh and Grey Water holding tanks
12V pump for water.
12V lights throughout and 12V car chargers.
Propane water heater
Two propane heaters, one in living room and one in bedroom.
Original Icebox has been converted to a refrigerator
Spare tire
Full self-supporting awning made with original dead stock painted duck canvas

This trailer was featured in the National PBS documentary about trailers, “Mobile America” that I wrote and directed.

Body 22’
With Tongue 24’6”
Weight 3500 pounds
Inside Height 6’4”

There is no bathroom or toilet in the trailer. Many people convert the back bedroom closet into a WC, but I chose to leave it original. I am happy to answer any questions and would love to show the trailer to anybody that is interested. The trailer is located in Los Angeles.

If you would like to see more pics, please email me and I will send a link.

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