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07 Jun 2012 15 Comments
Any other Vintage Nomad owners out there? 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969. Looking for some hard to find parts and brains to pick about a few things. Got this last November and it is being redone.
Jul 24, 2012 @ 21:04:21
Purchased a 1967 Nomad today. A lot of work ahead. Dave
Aug 22, 2012 @ 06:15:13
How is your Nomad coming along? I bought a 67 today in pretty good shape
Apr 28, 2013 @ 00:41:04
hey looking into one posted on craigslist. how much do they weigh and how much could I store in there on a trip?
Apr 28, 2013 @ 01:05:40
If it looks like mine and is a 1967 it’s in the 2,600 pound range. This is from some brochures from the 60′s and I have also weighed it on two different scales. Check the tires/springs and you are better off putting the heavy stuff in the tow vehicle assuming it’s a solid one. I keep the load in the trailer to bedding, food, water in the tank, 12v battery, and that’s about it. Hope that helps.
Jul 24, 2012 @ 21:32:36
I had this one gutted. What kind of shape is yours in? I’d like to see a picture if you have any.
Aug 22, 2012 @ 06:14:04
Bought a 67 Nomad today pics to follow
Aug 22, 2012 @ 14:25:27
Congrats and good luck! I’ll be finishing it off this coming year as time permits. Interior trim work, hooking up the 12V battery, adding some lights, window hardware, and lots of other miscellaneous stuff. Had it camping this summer and our family really enjoyed it. I’ll have some more pictures soon. Looking forward to seeing your trailer.
Aug 22, 2012 @ 21:43:57
The trailer I am working on will be a “Sister On The Fly” trailer for my wife. Most of the ladies turn them into little doll houses. I will lay out a different floor plan and get all surfaces ready to paint.
The trailer sat out in the weather, with a broken front window, for ten years. So I am repairing rot in the front corner now. Will work my way back, repairing as I go. Then the wife comes along with a paint brush.
Will replace water tank and fresh water system, rewire and put in a new toilet and black water tank.
When it is done, it will hit the road as the “Muleskinner’s Mansion”.
Feb 10, 2013 @ 17:06:22
do you still need 1967 nomad parts i have one mostly restored, has become a guest shed in back yard, so original parts not too important
Nov 06, 2013 @ 01:20:59
i have a 18 ft 1967 nomad and have been looking for a entrance door no luck and window cranks any help would be apreceated really do not want to make one
Jul 15, 2013 @ 18:17:06
what will you be asking for it? do you want to sale it?
Nov 02, 2013 @ 23:34:33
Not for sale at this point. Family is loving it and enjoying getting out.
Dec 23, 2013 @ 05:20:39
We brought a 1967 Nomad a few months ago. WE NEED HELP !!!!!!!! ….We have starting gutting it but scared to do anything else. We r wanting to fully restore the trailer. this trailer has the stove wedgewood the block ice icebox and curtins still hanging.
The stove works but leeks if. u leave propane on to long. the trailer roof leeks and hunters has shot this thing up pretty badly. Can anyone help us repair her to the glory she once was…..
Feb 10, 2014 @ 16:07:25
Hi Mary and Dennis,
I have some other pictures of my demo if that will help. My best advice is to search online. There’s lots of useful information on the various sites and forums. Also a vintage nomad group on Facebook as well as Tin Can Tourists. Good luck and happy to help if I can!
Mar 09, 2014 @ 21:15:46
I have a 1965 Nomad. Has a beautiful interior with baby blue stove and fridge in pristine condition. The panelling that is original was very cheap veneer Luann and didn’t last in the weather of Florida. Not bad framing but requires full replacement of the panels. I’m also making this a completely dry camper, solar power and compost toilet. If anyone needs any original photos or parts websites I may be able to help. Also, if anyone has any good sites for solar and propane how to/diagrams that would be fantastic.
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