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The Pan-American Trailer Coach Company was founded in ~1945 by Allen W. Brokate in Pasadena, California. Its industry was mobile homes and its headquarters were in Pasadena, California (1945-1947) and Monrovia, California (1947-1963). In 1949, the business was acquired by the Mid-States Corporation and was operated as a division. Mid-States was in turn acquired by Vought Industries, Inc. in 1960 and by Divco-Wayne Industies, Inc. in 1962. By 1959, Pan-American had manufactured its 16,000th mobile home and by 1961: 18,000. The company shut down operations in 1963.

TRAILER MODELS

NOTE: May not include all models for every year of production

1945 Models

  • 26-ft

1946 Models

  • 27-ft Luxury Liner
  • 28-ft

1948 Models

  • 25-ft

1949 Models

  • 33-ft Deluxe

1950 Models

  • 23-ft
  • 26-ft
  • 28½-ft
  • 33-ft
  • 35-ft

1951 Models

  • 23-ft
  • 26½-ft
  • 30-ft
  • 33-ft
  • 35-ft Panoramic
  • 40-ft

1953 Models

  • 26½-ft
  • 30-ft
  • 33-ft
  • 35-ft Penthouse
  • 40-ft
  • 43-ft Seven-Sleeper

1954 Models

  • 40-ft

1955 Models

  • 45-ft

1956 Models

  • 30-ft Paramount
  • 35-ft Paramount
  • 41-ft Paramount
  • 45-ft Paramount
  • 50-ft Paramount

1957 Models

  • 50-ft Pan-A-Vista

1958 Models

  • 46-ft Moderne

1959 Models

  • 42-ft
  • 50-ft

1961 Models

  • 55-ft Paramount
  • 60-ft Pan American
  • 60-ft Paramount
  • Penthouse

COMPANY NAMES

Mohawk Trailers Ltd. (1945-1946)

Pan-American Trailer Coach Company (1946-1963)

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