1969 Fireball Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 1969 Fireball Series

Fireball Note

MOTORHOMES - No longer producing motor homes after 1985.
(Model years 1992 - 1969)

Travel Trailers

Length
Width
Coach
Design
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides
M-16STD 16'5" 7'10" Travel Trailers 1 0 No
M-16T 16'5" 7'10" Travel Trailers 1 0 No
M-17SC 17'4" 7'10" Travel Trailers 1 0 Yes
M-185SC 18'8" 7'10" Travel Trailers 1 0 Yes
M-195 20'2" 7'10" Travel Trailers 2 0 Yes
M-195ASC 20'2" 7'10" Travel Trailers 2 0 Yes
M-205SC 20'9" 7'10" Travel Trailers 2 0 Yes
M-23T and DSC 23'4" 7'10" Travel Trailers 2 0 Yes
M-23TWSC 23'4" 7'10" Travel Trailers 2 0 Yes
M-26T and DSC 26'4" 7'10" Travel Trailers 2 0 Yes
M-26TWSC 26'4" 7'10" Travel Trailers 2 0 Yes
M-29T and D 29'4" 7'10" Travel Trailers 2 0 No
M-29T and DSC 29'4" 7'10" Travel Trailers 2 0 Yes
M-29TW 29'4" 7'10" Travel Trailers 2 0 No
M-29TWSC 29'4" 7'10" Travel Trailers 2 0 Yes
M-34T and D 34'9" 7'10" Travel Trailers 2 0 No
M-34TW 34'9" 7'10" Travel Trailers 2 0 No
Produced by Kurmann Trailer Manufacturing Company, the Fireball line of recreational vehicles came into existence during the 1950s. Originally building travel trailers between 14 and 30 feet in length, Fireball would migrate into fifth wheel trailers and Class C motorhomes by the 1970s. After 1992, the San Fernando, California-based Fireball brand disappeared from the marketplace.