1981 Carriage Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 1981 Carriage Series

Carriage Note

TRAVEL TRAILERS/5TH WHEELS - 2000 and newer models include electronic room. Raised roof included in Town Chariot and Commander models. Prices include air conditioning/heat strip, fantastic vent and exterior shower. No longer in production.
(Model years 2007 - 1970)

5th Wheel

Length
Width
Coach
Design
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides
Conestoga-30 30'2" 7'8" Fifth Wheel 2 7175 Yes
Conestoga-30-II 30'2" 7'8" Fifth Wheel 2 7175 Yes
Conestoga-35-WTFB-II 35' 7'8" Fifth Wheel 2 8125 Yes
Conestoga-35 35'7" 7'8" Fifth Wheel 2 8125 Yes
Conestoga-35 WTFB 35'7" 7'8" Fifth Wheel 2 8125 Yes
Conestoga-35-II 35'7" 7'8" Fifth Wheel 2 8125 Yes
Conestoga-40-WTFB-II 39' 7'8" Fifth Wheel 3 9240 Yes
Conestoga-40 WTFB 39'9" 7'8" Fifth Wheel 3 9240 Yes
Conestoga-40-II 39'9" 7'8" Fifth Wheel 3 9240 Yes

Travel Trailers

Length
Width
Coach
Design
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides
Coach-23 23'6" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 4940 Yes
Coach-23-II 23'6" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 4940 Yes
Pullman-25 25'10" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 5240 Yes
Pullman-25-II 25'10" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 5240 Yes
Brougham-27 27'6" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 5560 Yes
Brougham-27-II 27'6" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 5560 Yes
Victoria-27 27'6" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 5560 Yes
Victoria-27-II 27'6" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 5560 Yes
Landau-29 29'6" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 5860 Yes
Landau-29-II 29'6" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 5860 Yes
Town Chariot-29 29'6" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 5880 Yes
Town Chariot-29-II 29'6" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 5880 Yes
Cabriolet-31 31'6" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 6220 Yes
Cabriolet-31-II 31'6" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 6220 Yes
Shay-31 31'6" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 6200 Yes
Shay-31-II 31'6" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 6200 Yes
Chaise-35 34'10" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 6520 Yes
Chaise-35-II 34'10" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 6520 Yes
Phaeton-35 34'10" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 6500 Yes
Phaeton-35-II 34'10" 7'8" Travel Trailers 2 6500 Yes
Becoming a fixture in the recreational vehicle industry during the 1960s, Carriage made a name for itself for building well-crafted trailers. Producing fifth wheel and travel trailers, the Carriage name was attached to upscale vacation accommodations. After more than four decades in the marketplace, the Carriage trailer line was forced out of business in 2011 when the company went into receivership. CrossRoads RV acquired the assets and trademarks that belonged to the Carriage trailer business.