1986 Alaskan Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 1986 Alaskan Series

(2016 - 1968)

Truck Campers

Alaskan

Length: 96
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Non Cab Over
Floor Plan: Front Dinette
Self Contained: No
Slides: 0
Alaskan

Length: 120
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Non Cab Over
Floor Plan: Front Dinette
Self Contained: No
Slides: 0
Alaskan

Length: 132
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Cab Over
Floor Plan: Side Dinette
Self Contained: No
Slides: 0
Alaskan

Length: 144
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Cab Over
Floor Plan: Front Dinette
Self Contained: No
Slides: 0
Alaskan

Length: 144
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Cab Over
Floor Plan: Side Dinette
Self Contained: No
Slides: 0
Alaskan

Length: 144
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Cab Over
Floor Plan: Rear Dinette
Self Contained: No
Slides: 0
Alaskan

Length: 168
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Cab Over
Floor Plan: Front Dinette
Self Contained: No
Slides: 0
Alaskan

Length: 168
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Cab Over
Floor Plan: Side Dinette
Self Contained: No
Slides: 0
Alaskan

Length: 168
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Cab Over
Floor Plan: Rear Dinette
Self Contained: No
Slides: 0
Outdoorsman

Length: 120
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Cab Over
Floor Plan: Side Dinette
Self Contained: Yes
Slides: 0
Outdoorsman

Length: 132
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Cab Over
Floor Plan: Side Dinette
Self Contained: No
Slides: 0
Outdoorsman

Length: 162
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Cab Over
Floor Plan: Side Dinette
Self Contained: Yes
Slides: 0
Outdoorsman

Length: 174
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Cab Over
Floor Plan: Side Dinette
Self Contained: Yes
Slides: 0
After building a truck camper for a three-month stay in Alaska, R.D. Hall first sold the Alaskan products publicly in 1958. The Alaskan truck campers were the first on the market to feature a pop-up roof that could be raised and lowered hydraulically. Through the years as the truck campers underwent improvements to functionality and comfort, Alaskan products remained popular among camping enthusiasts.