I purchased an older 24' camper for $500.00 to restore, and it needs a lot of work done to it, but I Love to to make old campers new again. I was trying to search for the year of the camper as I purchased it without a tittle, it was from a salvage yard. All of the appliances were remove from the inside and I am in the process of gutting the inside due to major water damage. I searched every where for the year, but no luck. It does have a manufacture tag on it. Adventure Wheels-Recreational Enterprises Corp. Gainesville Florida. I attached pictures of the only tags I found on the camper. If anyone knows any information ie, years in production ect., please let me know. Thank you in advance. 

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Hey Eddie. Could you take a few more photo's. Some of the full length of the sides, front& rear. The label information is not enough. It may be more helpful to identify your new/old rig. P

Thanks,here are a few pictures. The person I got if from done a camo paint job, but I will change that also..

Eddie: That,s what I am talkn' bout. Awesome exterior shots. One of the members should have an idea what the manufacture is. It looks like an early 60's or 50's by the window style. I agree you have a lot of work ahead of you but what a fun project! Share some more pictures as you progress through its transformation. P

Thanks, I wire brushed the entire tongue and there is no numbers stamped anywhere. It did seem to have a sticker on the tongue at one time, but not longer legible. It does need a lot of work, I'm going to completely gut it and start from scratch. I will post progress. I need to find 2 original roll out windows. I will post as progress is made, but due to the wet weather it will be some time...

I'm not sure about the year, but you can get a title as a Home made trailer.

Thanks,that's what I'm going to do




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