1961 ALJO 16ft, model 1500X. Renovated. +/- 2800 lbs . CA clean title, licensed and current reg. Now towed by 4cyl. Tacoma New: tires, wheel bearings, rubberized roof (NO LEAKS!), 110V electric panel with 15 ft extension cord, 12V batts (2), interior and exterior paint, vinyl floor, electric tongue jack, Tetford electric toilet, water tank and pump, Many original items, including stove, fridge, sink/faucet, windows, screens, door. TURN KEY---all tools, antenna, covers, inverter, fan, heater INCLUDED. NO awning. ALL FOR ONLY $6988 . Delivery not included. Located Santa Barbara, CA. Steve Engles, firstname.lastname@example.org 805 298 2988 (for text)
2/5/2023 04:20:46 pm
This model Aljo 16 ft, with cabover bunk is a good looking trailer. In the early 60s, cabover trailers were pretty rare. There were a other brands offered the cabover design. In 1965 my uncle bought a used one for $1,000, it was in very good condition and it had been well cared for. It was nice and had a nice Floorplan. It had a small Dometic refrigerator which ran on propane only, and it could sleep 8 adults easily, and it did more than a few times. In the early 60s, it wasn't unusual for travel trailers not to be self contained, outs wasn't. We would use camp ground facilities during the day, and at night we had an old fashioned chamber pee pot, which was my job to empty and clean. Admittedly it was pretty primitive, but I loved every bit of it. Seeing this one brought back some great memories of my childhood and the 60s.
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