1961 Models



Downey, California's Terra-Cruiser Coach Company constructed their new "Universal Futuristic 55" model as a 10-wide unit of 55 feet. Although it may not look like it, the UF 55 was an economy-priced unit. 
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On the inside, the UF 55 featured two bedrooms. The kitchen and living area was ample, with its soaring skyroof making the space seem even more open.
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Marshfield Homes of Wisconsin had been the originator of the 10-wide mobile home in 1956. In 1960, the Smoker Lumber Company -of Indiana- beat Marshfield to the punch, so to say, with the introduction of its first 12-wide rig. Not to be outdone, Marshfield quickly followed with a 12-wide home of their own. 
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The spacious Marshfield 12 by 50 foot MANOR HOUSE helped to usher in a new era of mobile home living. In the diagram above, we see the Front Bedroom coach. There was also a Front Kitchen model.
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