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Vintage Aristocrat trailer

Vintage Aristocrat trailer

Vintage Aristocrat Trailer Specifications, Weights and Dimensions

Manufactured from 1956 to 1974, the Aristocrat travel trailers advertised garage storage with their Lo-Liner series.  These trailers were able to be equipped with optional metal wheels which lowered the overall height, allowing them to be stored in a garage.

Vintage Aristocrat Trailer Models

ModelLengthWeightHitch Weight
Lo-Liner 13131300175
Lil' Loafer131900225
Lo-Liner 15151800225
Mainliner 15151800225
Mainliner 16162000225
S-T Lo-Liner172550200
Land Commander182050-2250225
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27 thoughts on “Vintage Aristocrat Trailers

  1. Reply Stephen Jun 18,2015 6:02 pm

    Hi, I have a 18ft 1970 aristocrat Landmaster and cannot seem to find any site/info on a “Landmaster”.. Any info/links would be greatly appreciated..

  2. Reply Alonzo Jul 27,2015 4:47 am

    I’m have recently aquired an Aristocrat STARLINER. I don’t know how to determine the year and I could use a manual. Where can I find info on line.

  3. Reply steve thomsen Dec 26,2015 11:18 am

    My son bought his mom&dad a lo liner. Mid 60s I think.
    In need of reference material regarding specifications as to standard manufacturing materials, equipment etc.
    How to decipher the ID plate etc

  4. Reply Jim Jelsema Feb 3,2016 11:02 am

    any resource for hub caps? I have 24′ Aristocrat and trying to restore it.

  5. Reply Trudy Feb 7,2016 3:15 pm

    Stephen..I have a ’72 Landmaster and they are the rarest of the rare. Only 1 larger..The Classic. Only seen 2 or 3 others. Hang on to yours it’s a car daddy of a camper. Heaviest thing in the world isn’t it.

  6. Reply John Moats Feb 25,2016 11:43 pm

    Just bought a 1968 Land Commander. It has dual axles. Mostly everything works but someone painted it God Awful Poop Brown. It needs some work but I only paid $1000 for it. I’m pretty happy with my investment.

    • Reply Gary Albertson Mar 3,2016 12:20 pm

      Hi John, thought Land Commander single axle only, like mine a 1966, identical to picture above. If you have a spare front window stone guard, would love to purchase,,,happy camping

    • Reply LadyLocust Jun 2,2016 6:07 pm

      John: I realize this is a little late, but I have a ’68 Land Commander. She’s 16′ w/ 14′ box – only single axel so might depend upon length. Love mine – comfortable to move around in.
      Stephen: I was able to find electrical/wiring map and axel info. online. If you still need that sort of info, just reply.

  7. Reply Patricia Mar 22,2016 11:24 am

    My husband and I just bought a 1976 S-T LoLiner. I have had much difficulty finding this specific one on the web so I don’t know how rare it really is. We did just find the original owners manual inside the camper however some of the pages have been chewed by mice. Right now we are planning on doing a thorough cleaning and hoping to have it ready for use this summer.

    • Reply John Jul 3,2016 8:23 am

      Patricia, I just happened on this sight this morn. You are right, they are somewhat rare. I have a 66 model S-T and have no manual for it. The only thing I do have is a mouse chewed manual for the 12v stool. I have the trailer apart right now in an attempt to rebuild it, hoping to have back together sometime this fall. I have had to make a few upgrades to the trailer, but am trying to keep as much original as possible. It was in very bad shape when I got it. John

  8. Reply Kim Apr 7,2016 6:59 am

    Does anyone know where I can find a stone guard for a 1969 Land Commander? Or, something that will work in ts place? Thanks!

    • Reply LadyLocust Jun 2,2016 6:09 pm

      Might take a measurement and see if a local RV supply can order one that would fit. Otherwise, a fabric canvas would at least protect the glass and would be washable (bugs.)

  9. Reply Kristin Apr 19,2016 11:14 am

    Trudy, I also just bought a 1972 Landliner/landmaster and can not find anything about it! They really are rare.

  10. Reply John Moats Apr 23,2016 6:59 pm


    This one has 2 axles and I was wrong its actually a Land Liner. My front window stone guard is going to need some work done to it. Sorry but I’m not interested in selling it. I have some plumbing issues and think I’m going to replace my lines with PEX. Also the septic tank is leaking so I’m going to replace it with a simple porta potty. Haven’t figured out what I’m going to do for gray water yet. Really want my shower to work.

  11. Reply Calvin Apr 24,2016 12:26 am

    I have an Aristocrat trailer that I do not plan on restoring but I have parts that restorers may be looking for. Below I have listed the pertinent information. I can be contacted at
    Serial # 11628
    Model # 16LCT
    Approval # 4543
    Drop me a line if you think I may have what you are looking for.

  12. Reply Kristin May 3,2016 1:04 am

    I just bought a 1972 Landmark and cannot find any other one like it on the web. It is a dual axle and I think 19 feet? Would love to know if anyone has seen or heard of another. There are pictures on my website.

  13. Reply Dee May 9,2016 8:23 pm

    I have a 72 low liner and shocked to find no electric brakes as I pulled off the drum. Does any one know the right ones to buy that would fit right on?

  14. Reply Dee May 11,2016 2:49 pm

    I’ve found that my 72 low liner does not have any brakes under the drums and can any one know if any thing out there will fit right on cause there are a lot of them on line to see.

  15. Reply Dan Peterson Jun 16,2016 9:53 pm

    Wanted: 14″ rim for 1973 Aristocrat with a circle in middle 8 1/2″ in diameter, 4 lug, 9 1/2″ from center of lug to lug. Have three, desperately searching for a 4th. If you know of anyone who might be able to help please let me know.
    Thank you very much, Dan in MN

  16. Reply Darlene W Jul 8,2016 4:51 pm

    We have a 1964 Land-liner. On our move from Washington to Colorado, we lost the exterior door/panel for the hot water heater compartment. Anyone have any idea where or who would have a replacement? No one seems to ever heard of a Land-liner!

  17. Reply Jackie B Jul 25,2016 10:20 pm

    We just bought a 1974 Jet camper by Crafteddy LoFarens. It has a rear door. We would like to restore and I cannot find pictures or information these Jets. They were manufactured in Salt Lake City.

  18. Reply Liz Aug 12,2016 9:03 pm

    Does anyone know how much is okay to for 1969 Aristocrat Lo Liner? Still has working stove, heater, and icebox. Looks like a new floor and lots of paint. I can only find recommendations for Airstreams. Thanks in advance!

  19. Reply Liz Aug 12,2016 9:05 pm

    I am considering buying it but not sure of the price. :)

  20. Reply Steve Aug 24,2016 6:21 pm

    Has anyone had a hitch installed on the rear of their Aristocrat? Looking for a way to haul my Honda Rebel M/C, weight is no problem but finding a suitable receiver might be; would love to get some feedback from anyone who’s done this, I have a ’69 ST Lo-liner.

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