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Another classic in my yard! Liz's brother Mark and his wife are visiting for a few days. They brought their "new" trailer. They just bought it a few months ago. Older than any Barth!

This is a 1958 Trotwood 16. A true classic.

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A true beauty.
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Trotwood trailers were built about 10 miles from me. As a kid my dad bought a Lil Gem trailer (also built in the Dayton area) that followed us around the U. S. for many years. I remember looking at Trotwoods at their factory before mom and dad bought the Lil Gem. If memory serves me the Trotwood Factory caught on fire and closed in the late 70s or early 80s. Nice looking trailer.

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