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Old 06-29-2006, 02:51 PM   #1
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Iam trying to find someone who can help me !! I have a 1955 airstream and that is all it says besides it has some numbers--> 03256 can any one tell me what model this one is by the numbers i gave? Thanks alot
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Hi, Cowgirl, and welcome to the forums. I took the liberty of moving your post to its own thread.

there are people who frequent the site who can probably decipher that number, or help you find the serial number if thats not it....but I am not intimately familiar with the '50's trailers. Some of these individuals might be at the Wbcci International Rally this week, and may have limited access to the 'net, so they might not see your question right away.

In the mean time, I did find this document from the Vintage Airstream Club's website, which is a catalog from 1955. perhaps you can match up your trailer to one in this document:

http://airstream.net/members/documen...%20Catalog.pdf





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Iam trying to find someone who can help me !! I have a 1955 airstream and that is all it says besides it has some numbers--> 03256 can any one tell me what model this one is by the numbers i gave? Thanks alot
Hi Cowgirl:

Your 1955 Airstream s/n O-3256 is a 22' Flying Cloud model built in Ohio. The "O" prefix is a capital "O" denoting the Jackson Center, Ohio plant, and the 3XXX series numbers denote the 22' Flying Cloud model. Model name plates were infrequently used in 1955, if at all.
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