1969 Attex Toy Hauler Camper

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    1969 Attex Toy Hauler Camper

    I’m trying to find out more about my camper. Does anyone know how many were made?
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    Quote Originally Posted by liflod View Post
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    :0 Bandit's old one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by techfx View Post
    :0 Bandit's old one?
    Ok Mike, tell us more.
    Since this first popped up there has been a question of its origin. Since I first seen a picture of looked homemade to me, actually like a reversed truck camper on a flat trailer

    Did Bandit build this for his racing schedule?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ARGOJIM View Post
    Ok Mike, tell us more.
    Since this first popped up there has been a question of its origin. Since I first seen a picture of looked homemade to me, actually like a reversed truck camper on a flat trailer

    Did Bandit build this for his racing schedule?
    I'm pretty sure it was used/there around 1990 when my Dad ran his machine (the Tru Way machines were frozen up the year before after a truck clutch went bad after a mud race and they sat a week).


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    That camper showed up on this site years ago before it was restomoded. I'm trying to search for some pictures or a thread, but only found an expired craigslist post.

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    The door is on the side and there were no signs of ever having a door like a truck camper. It was built as a toy hauler.

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    either factory one off... or resto mod.... haveing been around Travel Trailers a good bit Im thinking a mid 80's to early 90's two door Mallard or Fleetwood Terry redone esp. with the change in the sheet metal used at back end

    https://www.smartrvguide.com/L51339297

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    Now that I look at the new pics, the Terry makes sense.


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    Last edited by liflod; 03-16-2020 at 08:53 AM.

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