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Rough (Two Stars) - Typically has major body issues, Mechanical issues, some of which may have been repaired recently, Rust is likely
Salt Lake City, Utah
Possible, depending on sales price & distance.
Clear title in my name, in my possession.
More InformationThere were only 18 of these made in '48 and unless another has surfaced, this is the 5th one known to exist. It is 19' from bumper to ball - 17' of trailer. It's the next size up from the Wee Wind, and more rare. Clear Utah title. I was told this was used on the MGM lot as a trailer for one of their actresses. I haven't found solid proof of this, but there are some things that make me think it's possible. The trailer came with a bathroom in the back, with a porcelain-over-steel tub surrounded by Bakelite tiles. Airstreams were rarely built with bathrooms back then, let alone a tub. The year coincides with the making of "A Foreign Affair," in which Marlene Dietrich starred. She was a well-known and loved star by that point, and would have been given whatever she asked for - including a tub in her trailer. 🙂 This trailer is total American ingenuity and style! It's in "as found" shape now, but with some love it could be a real showpiece. Will have to be transported on a flat-bed trailer. The interior is gutted -- even most of the floor is gone -- but I have the original fridge, stove, end cabinets, tub, Bakelite tiles, aluminum upper cabinets, lights, wheel-well covers, and a lot of other pieces. The pipe frame needs to be rebuilt/reinforced (I have the aluminum ribs), but the original floor is intact in the endcaps to use as templates. It would clearly be a lot of work, but it would be tough to be upside down with this super rare trailer! The last photo is one restored.