Spartan trailer for sale

1949 Beautiful Royal Mansion Spartan Trailer For Sale By Owner – in Knoxville, TN $59K

OHU50K Notes $59,000

It’s a stunner. Love this Spartan trailer for sale by owner. Completely restored.

Spartan trailers have a rich history that dates back to the early 20th century. The Spartan Aircraft Company, founded by J. Paul Getty in 1928, initially manufactured aircraft. However, during the Great Depression in the 1930s, the demand for airplanes decreased significantly, prompting the company to shift its focus to trailer manufacturing.



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Have you ever wanted to live in a trailer down by the river!? Now’s your chance. Fully restored 1949 Royal Mansion. Your family never thought you could afford a Mansion. Prove em wrong!!! Sell your house. Get a new dog. Get divorced. Get a tattoo. Hell, get 2!! Get off your ass, and bring me that briefcase full O’ cash! Wanna trade something? Show me what ya got. Ya never know!? I may just drop that price way down low. Hit me up before ya go. Don’t be slow. Got that land and cash in hand? I may just be your man. I’m Lookin to be that daddy in a 66 caddy. Suicide doors. Pedal to the floor! Check out the video walkthrough on YouTube. Search my name, or use link below. 1949 spartan Royal Mansion.



If interested, please contact the seller via the FB Marketplace link below.


Contact Seller: Everett

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Knoxville, TN  $59,000




In 1945, the Spartan Aircraft Company introduced its first trailer, the Spartan Manor. The Manor was a luxurious and high-end trailer designed to provide a comfortable and stylish living space for its occupants. It featured an aerodynamic design influenced by the company’s aviation background, and its interior boasted modern amenities such as a full kitchen, bathroom, and sleeping accommodations.

Spartan trailers gained popularity throughout the 1940s and 1950s, attracting customers who sought a combination of comfort and mobility. The trailers were known for their quality craftsmanship, attention to detail, and innovative features. They were often considered the epitome of luxury in the trailer industry.

In the 1950s, Spartan introduced the Spartanette, a more compact and affordable trailer model. The Spartanette retained the company’s signature design elements but offered a smaller footprint and a lower price point, making it accessible to a broader range of customers.

Spartan trailers continued to evolve throughout the 1950s and 1960s, incorporating advancements in design, materials, and technology. The company experimented with different floor plans, interior layouts, and exterior finishes to cater to the evolving tastes and preferences of trailer owners.

Unfortunately, in the late 1960s, the declining popularity of travel trailers and economic challenges led to financial difficulties for the Spartan Aircraft Company. Production of Spartan trailers ceased in 1962, marking the end of an era for the iconic brand.

Despite their relatively short production run, Spartan trailers left a lasting impact on the trailer industry. They were renowned for their quality construction, elegant design, and luxurious interiors. Today, vintage Spartan trailers are highly sought after by enthusiasts and collectors who appreciate their historical significance and timeless appeal.


See a tour of this very Spartan in the Youtube video below.









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