Hi guys, new here and was just wondering if anyone could tell me what this TT is? The tag below the power connection says Pyramid Mobile Homes, the electricial panel is dated 1959, the tail light has a date of 1954 and the marker,signal lights have a date of 1953. Take note of how the 3 lights in the front and the back are arranged,i looked at hundreds of TT's in the last few weeks but have not saw any with this light arrangement. Thanks.



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It appears to be a "Pyramid" travel trailer. The company went bankrupt in 1975...


Thanx Tina, your right, i was searching pyramid mobile homes, but when i sezrched pyramid travel trailers i mamaged to find one very similar to it, guess there is not too many of them around.That could be a good thing, or a bad thing. lol. I just gutted it out and very little rot, the back floor about 3 feet by the whole width and some studs.
Your windows tell me it ia 1964 or newer. Fully ecased windows after 64. What color are your apliances sometimes that can also date a trailer. Look on the street side of your hitch for vin no. My trailer 13563 Means she is 13.5 ft. long built in 1963. hope thi helps. My trailer was a mystery trailer to. Linda
the propane stove and coleman furnace are both a light brown, and there are no vin numbers anywhere to be found on the hitch, found a model number 17TT6 and a serial number. what does fully encased windows mean?
Is your trailer 17 feet long? and are you sure there is no number after the 6. Prior to 1963 most trailer windows had glass that slips in from the top not aluminum all the way around this was used after 1964.

heres what the tag says, the tag is on the entrance side under the shore power plug.

Pyramid Mobile Homes

Model         serial

17TT6        3997


its all painted over so was hard to make out, i will look at it again when this downpour stops.



I do believe that it is a Pyramid Trailer built in Windsor, Ontario!!

I have one of these too but its much larger and my number are also under the plug.

2iTT is the model and the serial no. is 5388

Still trying to figure out the year




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