"If anyone can help me identify the make of my camper, this might help, VIN (SN) from the title is 7579058 There are NO tags affixed to the camper or logo visible. I've not crawled under it. I know it was painted perhaps…"
"Hello! Glad to find this group. I purchased a 1975 FLEE (KY title) that I believe must be a FLEETWOOD (just not spelled out on the title) I have spent hours trying to find a similar one online and have been unsuccessful. I am certain the…"
Since Fleetwood made motorhomes and travel trailers I thought we could use use this group for all of them--Southwind, Bounder, Pace Arrow, Terry, Resort, Pegasus, and all the others instead of having a group for each one.See More
I just purchased a 1975 Flee - I find nothing anywhere about a Flee trailer! Even who manufactured them. Does anyone have any information? Mine was recently (within the last three years) painted and the cabinet doors…"
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After 30 years of wishing, I finally found myself in a position to own an old camper. My grandpa had a Shasta that we spent many summers enjoying. I have a 1975 Flee trailer and am hoping to find a manual for it. I'm so ready to hit the road, now :)
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