1984 Cree Park Model Prices and Specs

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Cree Note

PARK MODELS - No further information available after 1992.
(Model years 1992 - 1968)

Park Models

Length
Width
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides
M-3301DS 33' 7'9" 2 7000 No
M-3302DS 33' 7'9" 2 7000 No
M-350-4 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-350-6FS 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-350FS 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-3510 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-3512, 3514 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-3515 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-352 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-353, 356 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-355D, 355LD 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-355DMW 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-355DMWS 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-356B 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-356BG 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-357 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-357MW 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-357MWD 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-358, 358D 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-358DR 35' 7'9" 2 7910 No
M-388FS 38' 7'9" 2 8910 No
Founded by Howard Cree in the state of Michigan, Cree Coaches Incorporated debuted shortly after the Second World War. Constructing travel trailers, fifth wheel trailers, truck campers and later park models, Cree was focused on building products featuring a home-like feel. Originally creating towable products as small as 8 feet in length, the fifth wheel trailers produced by Cree would span up to 40 feet in later years. Cree’s long run in the recreational vehicle market ended after the 1992 model year.