1973 Trotwood Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 1973 Trotwood Series

Trotwood Note

MOTORHOMES - No further information available after 1980.
(Model years 1980 - 1971)

Travel Trailers

Length
Width
Coach
Design
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides
Sunchaser 17'7" 7'6" Travel Trailers 1 2730 Yes
Sunchaser 18'6" 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 3050 Yes
Sunchaser 20' 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 3150 Yes
Sunchaser 20' 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 3150 Yes
Landcruiser 21'10" 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 3600 Yes
Landcruiser 22'10" 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 4000 Yes
Sunchaser 23'8" 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 3790 Yes
Sunchaser 23'8" 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 3790 Yes
Sunchaser 25'4" 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 4200 Yes
Sunchaser 26'9" 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 4470 Yes
Landcruiser 26'10" 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 4420 Yes
Landcruiser 31' 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 4920 Yes

Land Cruiser Series

Landcruiser-Double 22'10" 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 3830 Yes
Landcruiser-Twin 22'10" 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 3830 Yes

Truck Campers

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides
Trotwood 8'6" Truck Camper - Cab Over All Floor Plans No
Trotwood 10'6" Truck Camper - Cab Over All Floor Plans Yes
Founded in 1920 as a travel trailer producer, Trotwood was a major Ohio-based recreational vehicle manufacturer that operated for six decades. It is said that Trotwood was the company that first popularized putting trailer doors at the side of the unit. Becoming a fixture in the camping trailer market in the 1950s, the Trotwood company would also feature small Class C motorhomes during the 1970s. The Trotwood name met its demise in 1981 when fire destroyed their manufacturing plant.