Hello you are looking at a Vintage Streamline travel trailer. The trailer has had some updates from the 70tys when it was manufactured. All the crummy cheap thin paneling was removed off the walls and was replaced with beautiful bead board and shiny rivets. The carpet was removed from the front and replaced with Brazilian Walnut wood. The old pluming was taken out and replaced with new. As you can see from the pictures it has a full shower and toilet as well as a kitchen. There is plenty of space for storage. I have just had the rims redone as well as all new tires tubes and flaps put on the trailer. The holding tanks were removed from the trailer before I purchased it. So it will have to have active supply. The main power cord was just updated as well. Keep in mind this is a vintage trailer it does have a couple of quarks. From the kitchen back to the bathroom there is vinyl flooring there is a couple of places in the kitchen where the fastener to the floor have come loose and the area no larger than a coke can bottom need to be repaired. This is a pretty jam up trailer. Any questions please contact.
I've learned the two partners of Streamline broke off from Airstream, and started Silver Streak, then one decided to use 3 rails foundation instead of just two to go on his own to create Streamline, with belly pan and more support. Some say the best made, but like a Ford, or Chevy man, that might be a personal concept. (Two plants were in production) lifetime warranty, was upheld by the placement of parts in a warehouse in Elkhart, Indiana, supposedly.
Here is a link. For pictures http://s1142.photobucket.com/user/moores7/library/Streamline?sort=3&page=1