Friday, June 20, 2014

1972 Tow Low 700 Deluxe Camper

1972 Tow Low Trailer Camper
Here is a Tow Low leaving the lot back in the early 1970s
Well.....we added a new fly fishing machine to our arsenal.  I just picked up our fully restored, 1972 Tow Low Model 700 Deluxe camper my 10 year old quickly named Lo-retta!  Our boys are getting old enough to want to camp and I am getting old enough to not want to sleep on a rock.  We found this trailer and once we saw the interior it was a no brainer.

We should have tons of family memories in this baby.  Notice the diamond plate canoe/kayak rack on top?  This is exactly what we were looking for.  Once it is cranked down it fits right in a standard garage stall and tows like a dream.

Not in bad shape for a 1972 trailer.

If you look closely, it even has a receiver for a bike rack.

Lower center panel was replaced at some point.

True twin mattress = good night's sleep

Comfy couch and another twin bed

We'll probably cook outside, but it is good to have options!

Small fridge to keep the essentials cold.

New insulation, wiring, paneling and floor.  Complete gut job.
If it ever stops raining we would use this dang thing!  The St Croix River is so high right now and it looks like more rain in the forecast.  The mosquitos are thick!

Hope fishing is good wherever you are, it is tough going up here in Minnesota.  Lakes are good, but moving water is a little dangerous.

4 comments:

  1. Doug
    This camper trailer is just the ticket for some quick exploring and some great fly fishing adventures. I know you guys will enjoy.

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  2. Hey Doug, how much you spend on a trailer like that? We just bought a 1993 canvas pop-up. Heading out to Yellowstone tomorrow.

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  3. Hi Scott. You can pay anywhere from $1000-$5000 depending if it needs repairs, I got ours for a great price and it was completely renovated. These campers are hard to find in the midwest for some reason.

    Hope you have fun in Yellowstone!

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  4. I actually planning to have this box trailers for sale. Looks like I want to have my camper trailer upgraded. Anyways, do you have some advises on what or how should I do the process.

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