1998 Travelaire Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 1998 Travelaire Series

Travelaire Note

MOTORHOMES - No further information available after 2003.


1998 Note

MOTORHOMES - 1998 prices include roof air, DSI water heater and external shower in addition to what is standard. Models 250 & 300 also include air bag suspension, auxiliary batteries(2), skylight, microwave, roof rack & ladder, bedspread, pillows and shams.


(2003 - 1980)

Motorhomes

M-220C

M-250C

M-300C

5th Wheel

M-220

M-235

M-240

M-250

M-255

M-260

M-252

M-257

M-269

M-275

Drifter Series

M-200

M-215

M-230

M-245

M-260

Prestige Series

M-265

M-286

Roughneck Series

M-280

Rustler Series

M-220

M-235

M-240

M-250

M-255

M-260

M-252

M-257

M-269

M-275

Travel Trailers

M-190

M-235

M-240

M-250

M-279

M-286

M-290

M-292

Drifter Series

M-185

M-190

M-230

M-235

M-239

M-260

Roughneck Series

M-300

Rustler Series

M-190

M-235

M-240

M-250

M-279

M-286

M-290

M-292

A Canadian recreational vehicle manufacturer founded in the mid-1960s, Travelaire had constructed a diverse selection of products for vacation enjoyment. Initially producing a 16-foot travel trailer, Travelaire expanded into fifth wheel trailers, park model, truck camper and class c motorhomes over the course of 40 years. Bought by the Firan Corporation during the late 1980s, Travelaire was operated by Glendale International Corporation until bankruptcy in 2010. Since the closure of Travelaire, trademarks of the recreational product maker have been distributed to other companies including Triple E.