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Old 07-17-2020, 08:38 AM   #1
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Picked up little unknown trailer

got it from estate auction sale of original owner who had no family to tell me about it. any idea what it is.. someone mentioned a Mallard?
i spent $43 at the car wash. it had moss and bird chit all over it. tires were up. wheel bearings were tight.so towed it home 90 kms at 80 kph.
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Thats a cute one indeed!
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Old 07-17-2020, 09:54 PM   #3
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Cute little RV

It washed up really well. Best of luck with repairs.
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There should be some manufacturer tags on the exterior (down low on the external walls). With a little research I'm sure you'll find out a lot more shortly.
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Old 07-20-2020, 12:19 PM   #5
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That kinda reminds me of a late '50's early 60's Aloha..
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Might also find information inside one of the cabinets or inside the exterior storage areas...surprised there's not a visible manufacturer nameplate (unless you find holes where it used to be attached...)
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I just had a thought. It should have an ID/VIN number. If you search that number, you might get a model number.
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It looks as though the model or manufacturer decal over the rear window has been painted over. Might be easier to see in person or the native photo file.
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I had good luck getting similar help with an ID over at https://vintagetrailertalk.freeforums.net/
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Take the lic plate info to your DMV and have them do a lic check as for make /model/serial number and last known owner.. (don't forget to take the bill of sale/doc's from the seller with you
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