1991 Belair Park Model Prices and Specs

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Belair Note

PARK MODELS - For information after 1992, see American Travel Systems.
(1992 - 1990)

Park Models

Length
Width
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides
E-10FKR 35' 8' 2 0 No
E-16FK 35' 8' 2 0 No
M-1000 35' 12' 2 0 No
M-2000 35' 12' 2 0 No
M-5000 35' 12' 2 0 No
M-5050 35' 12' 2 0 No
M-6000 35' 12' 2 0 No
M-9000 35' 12' 2 0 No
M-9050 35' 12' 2 0 No
E-10FKR 38' 8' 2 0 No
E-16FK 38' 8' 2 0 No
E-17, E-30FLR 38' 8' 2 0 No
E-31FK 38' 8' 2 0 No
E-43, E-44 38' 8' 2 0 No
B-46 38' 10' 2 0 No
B-47, B-48 38' 10' 2 0 No
B-49 38' 10' 2 0 No
B-50 38' 10' 2 0 No
B-52 38' 10' 2 0 No
B-54, B-55 38' 10' 2 0 No
B-60, B-61 38' 10' 2 0 No
M-100 38' 12' 2 0 No
M-1200 38' 12' 2 0 No
M-150 38' 12' 2 0 No
M-4000 38' 12' 2 0 No
M-4050 38' 12' 2 0 No
M-6050 38' 12' 2 0 No
M-6075 38' 12' 2 0 No
M-7000 38' 12' 2 0 No
M-8000 38' 12' 2 0 No
M-8050 38' 12' 2 0 No
E-40, E-41 40' 8' 2 0 No
A producer of travel trailers, fifth wheel, park models and truck campers, Belair recreational vehicle brand was launched in the 1990 model year. Belair’s line-up of travel and fifth wheel trailer line span between 23 and 40 feet riding on a double-axle setup. From 35 to 40 feet in length, the Belair park model units were well-equipped products for three season vacationing. Belair disappeared from the recreational vehicle market after the 1992 model year.