Who made aristocrat trailers?

Who made aristocrat trailers?

Irving Perch
Irving Perch manufactured Aristocrat trailers in California from 1956 to 1974. The Lo Liner model was called that because one could purchase optional metal wheels to install when storage in a low garage was desired. These smaller wheels lowered the height, as well as the unique “drop axle”.

How much does a 1969 Aristocrat trailer weigh?

Weighs approximately 1800 lbs.

How much are retro trailers?

The average price of new retro travel trailers for sale ranges from $15,000 to $20,000 depending on the model and the features and amenities in it. The further the location from the manufacturer, the more expensive your new Retro trailer RV is likely to be.

How much does an aristocrat trailer weigh?

The trailer only weighs about 1,800 lbs so it can be towed with many types of vehicles (I tow with my 4-cylinder Subaru Outback). Your tow vehicle requires a standard 2″ ball hitch and 7-pin trailer plug for trailer lights and brakes (if you don’t have a brake controller, you’ll still be ok).

How do I know what kind of camper I have?

Your owner’s manual and operating instructions. Your RV model number should be printed on any of the new owner materials provided by the manufacturer. The manufacturer’s website. Many have tools that will help you identify the model number of your vehicle.

What is an egg camper?

To put it simply: an egg camper is a travel trailer that looks like an egg, similar to the Escape 17A and 17B. They aren’t the square, boxy campers that are pulled behind big pickups–they are smaller and lighter campers, with fiberglass shells that can be pulled by mid to full-size cars, as well as trucks.

How much does a Hummingbird trailer cost?

This Jayco RV Hummingbird travel trailer costs $27,290.

Is Lil snoozy still in business?

Anyone interested in fiberglass trailers should be familiar with the Lil Snoozy camper. Its streamlined shape and open floor plan made it a popular choice for lightweight trailer shoppers. Unfortunately, the Lil Snoozy manufacturer went out of business in 2019, leaving buyers in a lurch.