1983 Serro Scotty Prices, Values and Specs

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Serro Scotty Note

MOTORHOMES - Add $2500.00 to pioneer models equipped with travelers package consisting of roof air, generator, and 5.2l V-8 engine. Add $2650.00 to hilander models equipped with travelers package consisting of roof air, water heater, and generator. Due to factory fire, they did not build RV's for 1998. No longer in production after 1997.
(Model years 1997 - 1970)

Travel Trailers

Length
Width
Coach
Design
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides
M-12 1/2 12'6" 6'4" Travel Trailers 1 1219 No
M-13 LP 13' 6'4" Travel Trailers 1 1072 No
M-13 1/2 13'6" 6'4" Travel Trailers 1 1790 Yes
M-16 16' 7' Travel Trailers 1 1660 No
M-16 1/2 16'6" 7' Travel Trailers 2 2239 Yes
M-17 17' 7'9" Travel Trailers 1 2400 Yes
M-19 1/2 19'5" 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 3140 Yes
M-24 1/2 24'7" 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 3820 Yes
M-26 1/2 26'10" 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 4080 Yes
M-28 28'4" 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 4360 Yes
M-32 32'4" 7'9" Travel Trailers 2 5040 Yes
A recreational product company founded in 1957, Serro Scotty has a long-running history in the construction of travel trailers. Producing lightweight travel trailers exclusively up to the 1990 model year, the Serro Scotty brand was extended to fifth wheel trailers, park model and to Class C motorhomes in 1995. A devastating fire in 1997 at the Serro Scotty plant in Irwin, Pennsylvania would ultimately end the company’s 40-year history in supplying recreational vehicles. Popularity of the Serro Scotty name provoked the foundation for the National Serro Scotty Organization club as well as interest from another businessman in 2007 to resume usage of the brand for a separate company.