1986 Teton Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 1986 Teton Series

Teton Note

MOTORHOMES - No longer in production after 1984.
(Model years 2009 - 1980)

Park Models

Length
Width
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides
Reno 35' 7'11" 2 8000 No
Glendale 35' 11'9" 2 9999 No
Palm Springs 38' 11'9" 2 9999 No
Phoenix II 38' 11'9" 2 9999 No
Seattle 38' 11'9" 2 9999 No
Winterhaven 38' 11'9" 2 9999 No
Denver 40' 7'11" 2 8600 No
Fort Worth 40' 7'11" 2 9200 No
San Diego 40' 7'11" 2 8600 No
Yuma 40' 7'11" 2 8550 No

5th Wheel

Length
Width
Coach
Design
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides
Laredo 27' 7'11" Fifth Wheel 2 7300 Yes
Monterey 30' 7'11" Fifth Wheel 2 7700 Yes
Pasadena, Anaheim 33' 7'11" Fifth Wheel 2 8300 Yes
Sheridan 36' 7'11" Fifth Wheel 2 9400 Yes
Casper 40' 7'11" Fifth Wheel 3 9800 Yes
Las Vegas 40' 7'11" Fifth Wheel 3 9900 Yes

Travel Trailers

Length
Width
Coach
Design
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides
Lincoln, Omaha 29' 7'11" Travel Trailers 2 6400 Yes
Flagstaff, Tucson 31' 7'11" Travel Trailers 2 6700 Yes
Kingman 31' 7'11" Travel Trailers 2 6800 Yes
San Antonio 33' 7'11" Travel Trailers 2 7250 Yes
Victoria, Austin 33' 7'11" Travel Trailers 2 7300 Yes
Constructing an assorted range of recreational products, the Teton name first appeared in the 1967 model year attached to travel trailers. By the 1980s, Teton’s product offerings expanded to include fifth wheel trailers, park model units and motorhomes. Over the course of operations, Teton made strides to insure they were building the highest quality units for mobile vacationing. Focused on producing luxury-oriented fifth wheel trailers in later years, the 2009 model year would be the end of recreational vehicle production under the Teton name.