1994 Fleetwood Terry Specsby Julie Duncan
Since 1950, Fleetwood has produced recreational vehicles for those who want to enjoy the great outdoors with some of the conveniences of home. Fleetwood has had a number of models over the years including the Terry, which is currently no longer in production. The Fleetwood Terry came in both a fifth wheel and travel trailer series. Consumers shopping for a 1994 Terry RV at the time would find the RV came in several trims and dimensions.
Exterior Dimensions and Features
The dimensions of the 1994 Fleetwood Terry varied with the fifth wheel, ranging from 18 feet to 33 feet in length, and the travel trailer ranging from 16 feet to 35 feet. The RVs could also be purchased with several features including awnings, a roof rack with ladder, cedar siding, storm windows, bay windows, aluminum wheels, rear vision camera, skylights and solar panels.
Consumers needed vehicles with the towing capacity to maneuver the weight of the 1994 Terry RVs. The weights of the Terry varied between the fifth wheel and travel trailer, and were dependent on the size and features included. The fifth wheels weighed from 3,380 lbs for the 18-foot to 8,220 lbs for the 33-foot RV. The travel trailers weighed from 2,660 lbs for the 16-foot to 6,150 lbs for the 35-foot RV.
Interior Features and Options
Owners of the 1994 Fleetwood Terry were given the option to purchase from an assortment of appliances, generators, entertainment packages and heating and air units to maintain that at-home feel. Refrigerators, microwaves, gas grill cook tops, garbage disposals and ice makers were available for the kitchen area, and throughout the living area you could have a central vacuum cleaner, washer/dryers, flushing toilets and hot water heaters.
Julie Duncan has worked in the legal profession for over 15 years as a paralegal, owner of a court reporting business and now a law graduate. She was also recognized for her research and writing by the South Carolina Political Science Association in 2006.