A site dedicated to the Trailerite culture of the 1940s, '50s and early '60s
Michigan's Ironwood Trailer Coaches, Incorporated was producing three models in 1949. MODEL "23", the low price-point rig, the somewhat larger MODEL "25", and MODEL "30", the company's top-of-the-line offering. One of the unit's many features was its "innerwall ventilation".
The MODEL "30" rig was, as its name implied, 30 feet in length (and 8 in width). The unit had a single bedroom, but its built-in sofa and dinette converted into additional sleeping accomodations. Although promoted and sold as a "deluxe", "luxury" trailer, the MODEL "30" did not have a bathroom.