Puma Park Trailer 38-PLF by Palomino w/Rear Wardrobe, TV Top/Vanity Top, Private Bedroom Entry, King Bed Slideout, Walk-Thru Bath w/Sink, Angle Shower, Linen Cabinet & Toilet, Standard Closet, Booth Dinette/2 Chairs & 72" Sofa Slideout, Hutch, TV Cabinet/Fireplace, Overhead Storage, Patio Door Entry, Dbl. Kitchen Sink, 3 Burner Range, Refrig., Pantry & Sky Light
Puma 39-pfl Park Model comes with:
**FREE DEALER PREP
**FREE BATTERY BOX
-12 Gal Gas/Electric Water Heater
-12v. Ceiling Fan in living Room
-TV Antenna w/Booster & Cable Hook Up
-Bedroom TV Hook Up
-15 BTU AIR IPO OF 13.5
-King Bed Spread
-Glass Shower Door
-Hide a Bed Sofa
-4 Stabilizer Jacks
-30 lb Gas Bottles & Cover
-Spare Tire and Carrier
-Folding Grab Handle
2 Swivel Rockers
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Palomino Camping Trailer construction began in 1968 with the dream of Mr. Vern Landey. Mr. Landey had been a tent trailer distributor for several years when he felt he could design and produce better quality units than were currently being offered to the public. He would design units which were lightweight and offered convenient floorplans at affordable prices. He began designing and producing Palomino pop-up tent trailers in a small building in Savage, Minnesota.
As demand for the Palomino grew, Mr. Landey felt it would benefit his company, Vanguard Ind., to relocate. With most manufacturers and industry suppliers located in the Elkhart, In. area the move eastward seemed logical. Vanguard Industries settled in the community of Colon in 1972.
Once in Colon he began to put his plans in motion. By 1973 he had built the main production facility and within days Palomino tent trailers were rolling out the doors.
By 1975 Vanguard had introduced the "Fold-a-Wall" series of tent trailers. This series incorporates the strength and security of the hard-wall construction, yet folds down like a camping trailer. Its acceptance in the industry has had a marked influence on Vanguard. The Fold-a-Wall series has been so successful that it is still in production today. (See the XL series).
As demand for the Palomino grew, so did Vanguard Industries. In 1976, Vanguard added its own Needle Division, in 1978 its own Metal Fabrication Plant, and has several cold storage facilities.
On May 27, 1992, the primary production building and offices were destroyed by fire. By late August, 1992, the first 1993 model Palomino rolled of the line in the new 52,300 sq. ft. facility, which was built on the same site as the previous building had been.
1998 continued to see expansion with the addition of a new 75,000 sq. ft. production facility, and another storage facility.