Hello All,
New member here. Recently purchased a Swiss Colony travel trailer, and not really sure of the model or year. Scoured the net, but there does not seem to be much information on Swiss Colony trailers. Birch paneled interior is perfect, most of the original upholstery is missing, though. It is in fantastic original shape with only slight water damage that was limited to the ceiling and top sills near the roof vent. Currently in the process of replacing 5 of the roof cross braces and a small section of wall paneling. Removed all of the ceiling paneling to make sure the rest of the braces were good. Previous owner had resealed the roof seams with a black tar type sealer that eventually dried out and cracked. I am going to remove it and reseal it with a flexible marine epoxy sealer product called Gluvit. It had been off the road but well protected for some time. I am so excited to have found it in such nice shape, especially here in the Northeast. Anybody have some info regarding what this model is called? I'm still trying to find the VIN, the tounge is quite rusty.
Thanks for any help.
Nick

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