1980 Go-Tag-A-Long Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 1980 Go-Tag-A-Long Series

Go-Tag-A-Long Note

TRAVEL TRAILERS/5TH WHEELS - No longer in business after 1988.
(1988 - 1967)

Travel Trailers

Length
Width
Coach
Design
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides
M-14FK, BB, G 14'3" 7' Travel Trailers 1 1580 No
M-16G 16'4" 7' Travel Trailers 1 1840 No
M-16RB, DK 16'4" 7' Travel Trailers 1 1980 Yes
M-18SG, RK, RB, DK 18'4" 7'9" Travel Trailers 1 2640 Yes
M-19FGBB 19'4" 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 3130 Yes
M-20SG, RK, RB, DK 20'4" 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 3075 Yes
M-22SG, RB, RSB, DK 22'4" 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 3340 Yes
M-24RDB, SDB, RSB 24'4" 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 3880 Yes

Truck Campers

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides
M-7 SD 7' Truck Camper - Cab Over Side Dinette No
M-8 SD 8' Truck Camper - Cab Over Side Dinette No
M-8 1/2 SD 8'6" Truck Camper - Cab Over Side Dinette No
M-9 1/2 RSD 9'6" Truck Camper - Cab Over Side Dinette No
Founded in the state of Ohio, Go-Tag-A-Long entered the recreational travel trailer market during the 1960s. In the early part of the company’s formulation, Go-Tag-A-Long trailers stood out for their implementation of available features such as an electrical hook-up for air conditioning and porcelain toilets. Go-Tag-A-Long added truck campers to their product line-up during the 1980s. The final year of Go-Tag-A-Long production took place in 1988 but a fan base still surrounds the brand to this day.