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Maybe, or might be a private restoration. Notice the pickup has a custom cap with a porthole window in the door to match the trailer. That tells me these these two vehicles are probably meant to travel together. Beautiful work!
Eric & Holly + 2 kitties from New Hampshire
1992 Winnebago Adventurer 32'
The wires were for the clamp on tail lights on the bumper, another reason I figured it was the one from the Sloan museum. I thought anyone who would restore it to tow would convert it to 12 volts. OTOH I can see a museum would only restore it to original, right down to 6v cloth covered wiring, and use clamp on lights.