1983 Trophy Travelers Park Model Prices and Specs

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Trophy Travelers Note

PARK MODELS - For information after 1985, see Trophy Homes.
(1985 - 1978)

Park Models

Length
Width
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides

Classic Series

M-35-FDRD 35' 8' 2 6360 No
M-35-FK 35' 8' 2 6360 No
M-35-FLR 35' 8' 2 6360 No
M-37-FKCB-FSO 37' 8' 2 6750 No 1
M-37-FK-FSO 37' 8' 2 6750 No 1
M-37-FLR-FSO 37' 8' 2 6750 No 1
M-38-FD 38' 8' 2 6800 No
M-38-FK 38' 8' 2 6800 No
M-38-FK 38' 8' 2 6800 No

Shield Series

M-35-FKCB-FSO 35' 8' 2 6750 No 1
M-35-FK-FSO 35' 8' 2 6750 No 1
M-35-FLRCB-FSO 35' 8' 2 6750 No 1
M-35-FLR-FSO 35' 8' 2 6750 No 1
M-35-Slickside-1 Bedroom 35' 8' 2 6360 No
M-35-Slickside-DB 35' 8' 2 6360 No
M-35-Slickside-Sky 35' 8' 2 6360 No
M-38-Slickside-1 Bedroom 38' 8' 2 6800 No
M-38-Slickside-DB 38' 8' 2 6800 No
M-38-Slickside-Sky 38' 8' 2 6800 No
Producing a diverse assortment of recreational products in the state of Michigan, Trophy Travelers' name operated through the 1970s and 1980s. Manufacturing park models, fifth wheel trailers, travel trailers as well as Class C motorhomes, Trophy Travelers catered to many demographics from single person campers to larger families. Dropping motorhomes construction in 1980, Trophy Travelers continued to produce 32-foot to 38-foot park model as well as towable units until the company repositioned under Trophy Homes in 1986.