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 +If you're creating a page about a brand of trailer/rv, you can use the teamplate below to get you started or feel free to delete this all and be as creative as you'd like.
 +====== New Paris======
 +===== Manufacturer Information =====
 +===== 1970 Years built =====
 +===== Models =====
 +===== Interiors =====
 +===== Standard Features =====
 +===== Unique features/​Options =====
 +===== Prices =====
 +===== Pictures =====
 +===== Some owners =====
 +===== Clubs/Links =====
 +Hi I am a 55 years young woman and love camping. I just bought a New Paris trailer this year from a neighbor that was upgrading to a fifth wheel. I love vintage trailers (plus vintage everything else), they are the right size and feel for me. I come from a large family, 5 sisters and a brother plus mom and kids and grandkids and we all love camping. We are located in Michigan and for the past 22 years we have camped at different state campgrounds throughout the state. For many years I used a tent, which was fine, but about 5 years ago I decided to get off the ground and into a trailer. The rest of the family followed suit pretty quickly. Now 6 of us have trailers, 5 vintage and 1 with a 5th wheel. My first was an Aristocrat low-liner, which I sold to my youngest sister when I bought the New Paris. I pull this with a 2000 Chevy Blazer or my daughters 2011 Traverse. Both handle very well, no swaying or hangups. I was at Port Crescent campground this year, leaving the day the club was just putting down anchors. I wish I had known about the club, I would have stayed an extra day to talk to people. I will download pic at a later date. Michelle
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