1976 Trotwood Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 1976 Trotwood Series

Trotwood Note

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

Motorhomes

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides
Scorpion 24' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Rear Bathroom Yes

Travel Trailers

Length
Width
Coach
Design
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides
Sunchaser-18 18' 7'9" Travel Trailers 1 2660 Yes
Sunchaser-20 20' 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 3230 Yes
Sunchaser-21 21' 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 3340 Yes
Sunchaser-22 22' 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 3270 Yes
Landcruiser-22 1/2 22'6" 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 3670 Yes
Landcruiser-23 1/2 23'6" 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 3830 Yes
Sunchaser-24 24' 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 3570 Yes
Landcruiser-25 25' 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 4033 Yes
Sunchaser-26 26' 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 4200 Yes
Landcruiser-26 1/2 26'6" 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 4170 Yes
Laser-V-27 27' 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 4470 Yes
Landcruiser-28 28' 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 4420 Yes
Landcruiser-31 31' 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 4920 Yes
Laser-V-32 32' 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 5860 Yes

Truck Campers

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides
Sunchaser-8 8' Truck Camper - Cab Over All Floor Plans No
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.