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Made in Wakarusa, Ind

around 1969 or 1970, I think

12.5 ft travel trailer


stove, sink, fridge, bathroom, dinette, lengthwise couch, closet, heater, holding tank

lots of windows/Options



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I bought the Coach trailer several months ago (Jan. 2010) from a guy in Mass. It is in fairly poor condition but I love the styling, windows, bathroom and lengthwise couch/bed and interior height. It will need quite a lot of restoration. I plan on modernizing the trailer rather than do an authentic restoration. It will be a “project.” Having difficulty registering it in South Carolina because I can't find a VIN number, if there ever was one. Was considering buying a vintage trailer before I met the Bones of TCT in Hilton Head for a Concours D'Elegence show in the fall of 2009, but was determined to find one after I saw their Trotwood trailer. I plan on getting the Coach in shape to where I can actually camp in it for a time, not just for show.

Any information on this manufacturer or trailer would be greatly appreciated!! Also, any help in getting around the state's insistence on a VIN number (they won't register it until they have one!!!) would be fabulous!

About Me

Our Trailer

Outside Pics

Inside Pics

Our Tow Vehicle

The Combo

Why I love Vintage Travel Trailers

Rallies I've Attended

Where We've Travelled

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