1989 Town & Country Park Model Prices and Specs

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Town & Country Note

PARK MODELS - 1985 and 1986 information not available. No further information available after 1995.

(1995 - 1984)

Park Models

Length
Width
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides
M-10FL 32' 8' 2 4700 No
M-10FL 35' 8' 2 5100 No
M-12FB-Tipouts 35' 8' 2 5300 No 2
M-17FK-Tipouts 35' 8' 2 5300 No 2
M-29FS-Tipouts 35' 8' 2 5300 No 2
M-35FL SP 35' 8' 2 5100 No
M-36FS 35' 8' 2 5100 No
M-36R 35' 8' 2 5100 No
M-46A-BH 35' 8' 2 5100 No
M-46BH 35' 8' 2 5100 No
M-46B-Tipout 35' 8' 2 5200 No 1
M-47A FL 35' 8' 2 5100 No
M-47B-Tipout 35' 8' 2 5200 No 1
M-47FL 35' 8' 2 5100 No
M-69 Bunkhouse 35' 8' 2 5200 No
M-8-Tipouts 35' 8' 2 5300 No 2
M-53-1BR 35' 12' 2 7200 No
M-54-2 Bedroom 35' 12' 2 7200 No
M-54-3 Bedroom 35' 12' 2 7200 No
M-65-3 Bedroom 35' 12' 2 7200 No
M-51 and 52 40' 10' 2 7400 No

Supreme Series

M-10FS 32' 8' 2 5150 No
M-7FS 35' 8' 2 5300 No
M-9FS 39' 8' 2 5500 No
Town & Country was a recreational product line that operated within Skylark Incorporated during the 1980s and 1990s. Building park models throughout their time in the marketplace, Town & Country temporary residences ranged from 32 to 39 feet in length. Town & Country also manufactured an array of travel trailers spanning 16 to 38 feet long. Town & Country production ended after the 1995 model year.