1988 Mallard Motorhome Prices and Specs

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Mallard Note

MOTORHOMES - No longer in production.


(1992 - 1972)

Motorhomes

M-220 RB-Chevrolet

M-220 RB-Ford

M-220 RK-Chevrolet

M-220 RK-Ford

M-220 RL-Chevrolet

M-220 RL-Ford

M-240 DD-Chevrolet

M-240 DD-Ford

M-240 RB-Chevrolet

M-240 RB-Ford

M-260 CL-Ford

M-260 DB-Ford

M-260 RB-Ford

M-27 SB-Chevrolet

M-270 SB-Ford

M-29 CB-Chevrolet

M-29 CB-Ford

M-31 FL-Chevrolet

M-31 FL-Ford

M-31 SB-Chevrolet

M-31 SB-Ford

M-310 Basement-Ford

M-33 SB, PB-Chevrolet

M-33 SB, RB-Ford

M-340 Basement-Ford

M-35 SD-Chevrolet

M-35 SD-Ford

M-35 WTB-Chevrolet

M-35 WTB-Ford

M-37 WTB-Ford

Sprinter Series

M-200 RD-Chevrolet

M-200 RK-Chevrolet

M-220 RB-Chevrolet

M-220 RB-Ford

M-220 RK-Chevrolet

M-220 RK-Ford

M-220 RL-Chevrolet

M-220 RL-Ford

M-240 DB-Chevrolet

M-240 DB-Ford

M-240 DD-Chevrolet

M-240 DD-Ford

M-240 RB-Chevrolet

M-240 RB-Ford

M-25 SB-Ford

M-26 DB-Ford

M-260 CL-Ford

M-260 DB-Ford

M-260 RB-Ford

M-27 SB-Chevrolet

M-270 SB-Ford

M-29 CB-Chevrolet

M-31 FL-Chevrolet

M-31 SB-Chevrolet

M-33 SB-Chevrolet

Producing truck campers, park models, Class A and Class C motorhomes as well as trailers, Mallard was quite a diverse recreational vehicle builder from the 1970s through to the 1980s. Mallard travel and fifth wheel trailers range from 15 to 40 feet in length. Mallard went out of business after the 1992 model year but Fleetwood RV purchased the brand and continued producing trailers under the Mallard by Fleetwood name.