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Trailmanor Jean Ordonez 4-25-03  
I am interested in opinions of the Trailmanor. We have never owned a trailer. We have an Expedition and want something relatively light-weight. Are there any used ones available and how does one locate them? Obviously we need something at lower end of price scale.
Re: Trailmanor Gregg Woods 7-22-03  
Jean:
We own a 2001 model 2619 by TrailManor and love it.

We tow it with a 2001 Chevy Tahoe 4WD, so your Expedition should have no problems.

TrailManors are light and easy to tow - suggest a weight distributing hitch though.

They are available used. We bought ours used last summer. Found it on RVTrader.com.

TrailManors are easy to set-up, camp in and take down for transport. We've camped in HOT weather down in Arizona in the summer and our cold wet winters here in the Pacific Northwest. We've found the trailer to be well insulated, and very stable. The floor plans can't be beat.

Please check out the TrailManor owners website at www.Trailmanorowners.com. This will give you a lot more information about their utility, livability and comfort. You will even find links to used units.

Hope you find this message helpful.

Sincerely,

Gregg Woods, Portland, Oregon
Re: Trailmanor Audra France 6-27-03  
We got our Trailmanor last year and have taken it on several long trips to the beach, mountains already and love it. It tows like a dream. It is much lighter than most trailers. We have 3 little girls under the age of 6. I have myself taken the trailer to the Lake with just me and the girls and I am able to set it up myself, it is that easy! We have the 3124KB which gives us plenty of room for the little girls. My husband and I are both tall and the bed in this one is a king 6'5"X6'5". I have not seen a trailer with that much room. We have "dry camped with ours and have no real problems except the toilet capacity is not that much. Otherwise Paper plates and cups keep water usage to a min.
Re: Trailmanor Reggie Walker 5-23-03  
For what it's worth this is my opinion on the TrailManor. I buy and re sell campers and motorhomes. The last deal I bought into included an '86 Trailmanor. Honestly, when I first saw it I started laughing!! But, after closer inspection and seeing the inside, I was very impressed to say the least. Absolutely the way to go.. All of the amenities of a travel trailer compacted. Towing the Trailmanor is a cinch. Easy to see behind when backing, or passing in traffic. I'm sure you already have but incase you haven't look up www.trailmanor.com

If you haven't found a Trailmanor yet and are still looking I'm asking $3500.00 for mine.

Includes refrigerator, gas furnace, hotwater heater, Air condition, all holding tanks, screen room, awning (have all of screen room, not sure if all of the posts are with it. Posts would not be expensive). Length is 25' expanded probably 17-18' compacted. If this sounds like something you would be interested in please email me. I will be glad to send you pictures and answer questions.

Sincerely,
Reggie Walker
Lexington, NC
Re: Trailmanor Nikki Davis 7-12-03  
Dear Jean,
I don't know if you've found a used Trailmanor or not, but we have a 25/18 we are just about ready to sell. However, we haven't figured out how to advertise it because most people don't know the wonderful advantages of the Trailmanor. We love ours; we purchased it new in 1996. It is in perfect shape and does have air conditioning. We have added a cabinet and other items which make it even more comfortable. We have used it mostly in the Midwest, but we camped through the Rockies in it, too! It has been stored in our garage when not in use ever since we bought it. The only reason we might consider parting with it now is because our children are grown, and we do not take it out much anymore. We paid $18000 for it new and still owe about $7000 on it. We just want out of it what we owe! If you haven't found one yet, we would love to talk to you. Or if you just want more info on Trailmanor, we would be happy to let you know. We owned other types of campers before this one, and we are sold on its uniqueness and ease of towing!
Nikki Davis
19031 Schubert Place
Noblesville, IN 46060
317-773-9071
Re: Trailmanor Debbie N. 7-16-03  
We are looking for a used trailmanor 25/18 would be about yhe size. Maybe up to 5 to 6 yrs old.We are in the Southern Calif. area. Thank you for your time.
Re: Trailmanor Bruce 7-14-03  
Looking for used 95/99 ish TrailManor 2720 or 2619, in good condition, preferably with the swing-around tongue, in Southern California area. I'll pay CASH. Bruce San Diego, CA 858-693-8879 BForman@san.rr.com

If you know someone that might have one for sale, please pass this along.
Re: Trailmanor Karin Martiniano 6-1-03  
Hi, I'm interested in seeing pictures of what the trailmanor looks like inside. I am going on an extended business trip and thought this would be ideal if I liked the looks inside.
Does it have to hook up to water and power and do they have a generator or could a generator be installed? Let me know!
Re: Trailmanor Greg Pratt 7-3-03  
Reggie, If you still have your Trail Manor, My wife and I are very interested.Please let me know as soon as you can som we can make arrangements. Plese send email to ventrman1@hotmail.com.
Sincerely,
Greg
Re: Trailmanor bob self 9-29-03  
Am looking for a trailmanor can you please send me photos and describe general condition. What model and year is it? I live in Virginia. Any other information please include.

Best regards,

Bob
Re: Trailmanor Karen 10-3-03  
I have a 2001 TrailManor 2720 SD. The dinette can stay up and seat 6 or fold down and sleep 2. Plus Queen bed, AC, heat, shower, chest of drawers, hanging cabinet. We took it to Alaska and it was perfect! But we need to haul a boat trailer so may sell it. Let us know if interested and your price range. Could maybe deliver.
Re: Trailmanor Doris 9-6-03  
I am very interested in your trail manor. Please send me more information. If you still have it?
Re: Trailmanor Jim Keeler 6-25-03  
We got our Trilmanor about two years ago and have just come back from a 2 week vacation to Yellowstone National park. Since my wife and I are "empty nesters" we opted for the 2720SD model. It has a smaller water tank than most so i'd recommend hooking up to water if you are planning for more than a day. However, you could "camp" quite easily for a night (maybe 2 if you practice water conservation.) We have run off the battery for overnight camps. We had a Coleman pop-up for several years and have done extensive backpacking. This seems like the good life. A superb experience!
Re: Trailmanor Scott Hogan 7-6-03  
Try this site. It should get alot of questions answered about the trailmanor.
http://tretta.hypermart.net/trailmanor
Scott
Re: Trailmanor Ellen 7-20-03  
I am in about the same situation as Jean O. We have had a Class A RV but that is too much for me to handle. I'm wondering if I can manage the pop-up and if it is a sensible investment.
Re: Trailmanor H. Sturm 7-29-03  
I own a 1987 trailmanor 27 foot. I had it for 5 years and like it a lot. My problem is i am 66 years old and i find it difficult to set up. I wish it was like a hi-lo, just push a button. I am retired, on fixed income, and can't afford a newer one. I think the torsion rods are weak. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Herman
Re: Trailmanor Scott Hogan 8-5-03  
Herman Sturm,
I called Trailmanor because I also have the same problem with mine. If you follow your torsion bars underneath the trailer, you will see a hose clamp with a metal shim or shims clamped onto the rod. By adding shims under the rod it should give it more lift. Do this on all four sides a shim at a time and that should give it the lift that you need.
Scott Hogan
Re: Trailmanor Teressa B 7-30-03  
Are you looking to sell your Trailmanor, or are you seeking advice on fixing it? If you are looking for advice check out www.trailmanorowners.com. They have a lot of useful tips and tricks, and you can also post questions and other TM owners will offer helpful suggestions.
Re: Trailmanor Bryan / Krysy 8-3-03  
Hi, We are looking for a used 1999 to 2003 Trailmanor 3023 or 3124kb. please respond if you know of one. Tks
Re: Trailmanor Ted 9-7-03  
Looking for a used 26 or 27 ft Trailmanor in the Southern California area. Please let me know. Thanks.
Re: Trailmanor Michael 11-9-03  
Looking for a used trailmanor, any model being considered. I am in the Stuart, Florida area. Must be in clean condition.
Thanx. Michael
Re: Trailmanor Jon Hardwick 6-30-04  
Did you ever find your Trailmanor? If so, do you know any leads on other used Trailmanors or Hi-los.

Thanks,

Jon Hardwick
St. Simons Island, Ga. 31522
Re: Trailmanor tom keenan 8-31-04  
I have a 1998 2720 for sale: good shape,ac,heat,ref,etc pretty much standard package. everything works needs new front mattress though i live in southeastern pennsylvania. asking $8,495.00
Re: Trailmanor Mike 7-8-04  
Check Trailmanorowners.com and rvtrader.com for current used TMs for sale. We have one in there as well: 2002 2720SD in the San Diego, CA area. Just like a lot of these previous posts have mentioned, Trailmanors are a wonderful product and very well made.
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