Wiki Category: 1930s

Trailers made in the 1930s


Gilkie

Gilkie Travel Trailer Made in Terra Haute, Indiana in the 1920s-50s Campers who wanted to get close to […]


M System

M System Trailer Coaches (by 1954 a division of the Mid States Corp.) Manufacturer Information Joesph Bonelli was […]



Lighthouse

Lighthouse 1937-mid 1950s Light house Trailer Company – Chicago, IL Mr. T. D. Thomas built the first lighthouse […]


Kozy Coach

Kozy Coach Manufacturer From the late 1920’s to the onset of World War II, one segment of the […]



Tralette

Tralette Manufacturer Information Tralette, also known as a Peninsular, circa 1935. Very unique antique travel trailer. Built between […]


Indian

Indian Trailers History Made in Chicago, Illinois Produced in late 1930s and until the mid 50s During the […]



Eccles

Eccles Manufacturer Information Eccles is one of the oldest and most respected names in British Caravanning, still manufactured […]


Pierce Arrow

Pierce Arrow Manufacturer Information Pierce-Arrow was an American automobile manufacturer based in Buffalo, New York, which was active […]



Curtiss

Curtiss Manufacturer Information A fifth-wheeler for a financier The fifth-wheeler floats between the world of the trailer caravan […]


Covered Wagon

Covered Wagon Company Manufacturer Information From 1935 to 1945, Mount Clemens, Michigan was home to one of the […]



Chinook

Chinook/Trail Wagons, Inc. Chinook RV, a division of Trail Wagons, Inc. was a family-owned and operated manufacturer of […]


Alma

Alma Alma Trailer Corporation Made in Alma, Michigan The Alma Trailer Corp. was formed in 1934 by William […]



Airstream

Airstream Travel Trailer History 1936-Present Built in Jackson Center, Ohio and Los Angeles, California Wally Byam, airstream’s founder, […]


Airfloat

Airfloat Coach Manufacturing Co History 1930-1957 Airfloat Coach Manufacturing Co, Los Angeles, California Omar Suttles put the Airfloat […]