Manufacturer Information

Herzing Manf Co. Fremont Nebraska 1956 to 1968

Go-Lite Campers Inc. Fremont Nebraska 1968 to 1979


13′ to 18′ Side Door Models

11′ to 19′ Rear Door Models

Custom Built 5th Wheels, Mini-Homes and Class A Motor Homes to 30′


Walls paneled, Woodwork of birch, Floors vinyl or tile

Standard Features

Normal side entrance until 1968. Introduced the rear entrance to all models.

Unique features/Options

Rear entrance and the first to design an arrow front for better wind deflection while towing.


11′ – $995, 13′ – $1,395, 15′ – $1,595, 16′ self contained – $2,595


Here are some photos of a 1966 Go-Lite 15 footer. Photos from 2003. We sold it, but still miss it! Was snowing when we got it home.


All images above this line are of the trailer in the condition we bought it. Basically all electric was dysfunctional but the upholstery was redone. The water system didn’t work. The propane system still kinda worked but only had one tank attached.

The Side, Front, and Rear Go-Lite Logos are reproductions made from a crayon rubbing of an original logo painted over in white on the rear hatch. A vector file was made in a program similar to Corel Draw and then given to Fast Signs who cut it out in vinyl as labels. The logos were then put onto thin white sheetmetal which was then riveted to the trailer. This was done because the thin sheetmetal was flat vs. the ridged trailer sides. Not completely original in terms of build, but the logos were a spot on match. The original locations of the logos were the same as where we installed the replacements (front, rear, and both front sides up high.

The Sunchaser Case Awning was found on a Toyota RV in a Junkyard. It was only $25 without poles. Poles were fabricated out of 3/4“ EMT conduit tubing and associated fittings.

Some owners

Art Johnson – Fremont Nebraska

Ryan and Karen Barton – St Paul, MN

David and Lynn Weiser – Minburn, IA (central Iowa)

Charlie and Christa Selby – Washington, Indiana