The first trailer built for recreational vehicle use was built by Bill Goodyear in 1975. His creation is the first of what would become the modern RV or Travel Trailer. His original J Jaycocreek model has an impressive built to last drive and an impressive price tag. This class of trailer uses a dual axle system and has front and rear shocks. It comes with a tonneau cover that can be folded down to let the contents of the trailer to be accessed.
The second of Bill’s creations is the Magnum. It is a little more modern looking than the first J Jaycocreek but is still a top notch unit. It has an optional fiberglass or aluminum tonneau cover. It has higher clearance and more horsepower counts than the first model, which makes it often referred to as a sportier model.
The third of these travel trailers is the Magnum Platinum. It is one of the pricier models but has a lot to offer in design and quality. It features twin axle front drive and comes with four-wheel disc brakes. It also has larger tires for better traction and comes with a tonneau cover that allows the contents of the unit to be accessed easily.
One of the best trailers on the market today is the 24 ft MRV with a Class A motor with a free adhesive repair patch and built in electric windows. It also has double framing and larger axles compared to the other models. This class has optional extras like a second battery, reversible rear dome light, satellite radio, iPod docking station and more.
If you are looking for the largest travel trailer with a ton of storage room and ample room for equipment and luggage, you should look at the Magnum Travel Trailers. It has room for up to fourteen people and can accommodate up to seven hundred and fifty pounds. It is powered by an optional six-stroke engine that features variable valve timing and variable valve control. It is equipped with a manual or automatic transmission and can tow a boat as well as a car. The engine is mated to a fifth wheel axle and can also have optional winches.
There is another model that is similar to this one called the 24 Ft. Magnum Trailers. It is equipped with optional heavy-duty tires and it has a tapered rear axle and a rear locking gate. It has a built in microwave and stereo and it has a removable trunk with locking doors and a hydraulic lift for loading or unloading.