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|IF ANYONE KNOWS ANYTHING ABOUT THE YELLOWSTONE BRAND TRAVEL TRAILER PLEASE EMAIL ME.|
|They were built in Elkhart In. until 1990, then they became Gulfstream. I happen to have a pre-owned unit on the lot. It is a M-3216, with slide and fiberglass. It looks like they dropped that name in 2001. It is an entry level/ mid level. The interior is quite plain and they look heavy.|
|My fiance has a 1973 24' yellowstone and it seems like it weighs in the same|
range as an M1 Abrams tank. It is kicking the stuffing out of my Dodge Ram Van (3/4 ton) with a 318 V8 and the heavy duty towing package. Worse yet,you had better have a VERY heavy-
duty tranny if you are going to tow it with an automatic. BUT,if you have the rig to tow it with, you will never
find a better built camper. This thing is made to outlast you AND your great-grandkids when it gets handed down to them!
|We have a 1986 32' Yellowstone, have had it for three seasons. We pull it with a 1992 Suburban 1500.....we enjoy it very much, it is heavy and we would really like to go to a lighter trailer as I am dubious about pulling this with our Burb..|
|Re: YELLOWSTONE||Delton Kitchell||4-19-03|
|My dad bought a 1968 Yellowstone 29' camper in 1970 (back when I was still camping with him) and still has it. He pulls it with a Ford F250 with a 351 engine and four speed standard transmission. It weighs a ton, but this setup works. The quality of workmanship of the camper is very good. He only uses it about a week out of the year, but it has lasted this long.|