I recently bought a 16-18' 1973 Nomad Skyline travel trailer. I need weight, plumbing and wire diagram information for my camper to do some repairs. I'm having a hard time finding a owners manual or really any info on my camper. Where can I find a owners manual for my vintage camper? 

Thought I would also post pics of 1973 travel trailer for any other people trying to repair or restore their Nomad skyline camper.

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Hi Dava,have you looked at the manuals we have here at GORV's.Just click the RV Manuals tab at the top of any page.

Hello. We picked up a 1973 Skyline Golden Falcon which seems to be almost a twin to yours. Having a job finding replacement water tank and can't figure out the link to the manuel. We're in Arizona so now is the time of year to do work on it. Hoping to have it ready to take out by April.


We just bought the exact unit this past June.  I have been on the internet almost constantly trying to find any information on it. I was led to believe it was a Glendale, not a Skyline. We need the same material you did . How did the search go ?

There is a link up on top of the page for manuals. you may also enter the model in search bar up at the top of the page on the right hand side of the page. a lot of times folks will chime in with the info you seek.

good luck.

So this post is 5 years old, but if you're still around, my wife and I picked up a '72 Nomad that has a bunch of manuals for the Dometic fridge, Coleman stove and a few basic Camper owner's manuals. In talking with some RV gurus, there aren't many standard, full-on, trailer hitch to tail light manuals in existence; Each one was a little different than the next, so I am told. So, we're just kinda figuring out as we go along. I'll happily share what I have, though. Shot you a friend request. 

I just bought a 73 nomad and could really use these




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