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1969 Aristocrat Land Commander Lynn 8-7-05  
I am considering purchasing a 1969 Aristocrat Land Commander. I have never owned a trailer before, and would appreciate any information possible, including owner's manual.

Re: 1969 Aristocrat Land Commander Charlie Evans 8-27-06  
Hello to all!
I am also in need of a manual for a 1969 Aristocrat Low Liner Land Commander. Any help would be AWESOME!!!
Thank You,
Charlie Evans
Re: 1969 Aristocrat Land Commander JAMIE ASSON 5-24-06  
I purchased my Aristocrat one year ago.
I love it! It's very spacious with lots of storage. I have taken it desert camping and lake camping, it's also used as an extra party house when we have summer parties outside.
Can't go wrong with an aristocrat, they are made very well.
Have fun!
Re: 1969 Aristocrat Land Commander Snaila 8-25-05  
I have had my Aristocrat Starliner for a whopping 2 1/2 weeks-I've been 'living' at the RV supply store. They have been in business since the 50's and told me that the Aristocrats are very sturdy, very well made. The metal strips at all the panelling joints have made them very strong. The weak point is the panelling-the veneer tends to peel off over the years. Mine isn't really doing this, but I guess some do. I would get an Aristocrat if I were you-lots of storage, well laid out floorplan-sturdy.

Good luck!

Re: 1969 Aristocrat Land Commander Curtis Foster 7-14-09  
I got a 1964 Land Commander as a gift from my dad (run down hunting trailer on it's way to the junk yard) that I've been repairing and using. A great forum for Aristocrat owners is
Everyone there is very helpful.
Re: 1969 Aristocrat Land Commander Terry 6-19-08  
I grew up with a 16' aristocrat Land commander camper. we took it all over. very nice. there were 4 of us,but, it actually can sleep 6!
sadly, we sold her about 20 years ago.
Re: 1969 Aristocrat Land Commander mary stevens 6-8-09  
Have recently purchased an 1969 aristocrat land commander, and now am "retro enabled"Woo-hoo!!bought this on spur of the moment, camped all over Wa.,st. and had a blast! anyone know of aristocrat "get-togethers", camp-outs, or clubs?
Re: 1969 Aristocrat Land Commander Brian 9-18-08  
My wife and I just bought home a 1970 Land Commander and we haven't the first clue as to where to start. I have noticed some things missing such as a breaker in the cabinet above the kitchen area.

I'm trying to find as much info on this trailer as I can in the process of restoring this classic. It is my hope to find some who might know something about this nice piece of workmanship with the ability to offer advice or any kind of assistance in the restoration.

Thank you in advance to all who might respond to this post.
Re: 1969 Aristocrat Land Commander Jack McDonald 6-8-09  
To anyone how needs to know,I just purchased a 1969 land commander and it seems to be a nice trailer needs work,some miner leaks.but over all nice.the empty weight is 2300 lbs,so its easy to pull.
Re: 1969 Aristocrat Land Commander alex maloutas 10-29-08  
Does anyone know how much one of the early 1970's Aristorcrat Starliner weighs? Its singles axle and looks light...
Re: 1969 Aristocrat Land Commander charlene 3-9-16  
My husband and I just bought a 1969 Land Commander and now we are looking for parts......any help would be great!
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