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Old 07-01-2007, 03:18 PM   #15
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I'd say Spartan. But which model?They always had great wood paneled interiors.
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Old 07-23-2007, 01:55 AM   #16
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I examined this same trailer and found it to be a '59 Traveler, at least I'm quite certain. Unless, Fred, the club historian tells me different, I'm sticking to my guns. Whatever it is, I want it.

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I took another look at the trailer today (it's next to the dump station) and I read the serial number wrong the last time. It is 18-4139. This would make it a 1958 18 footer, California built.
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Old 07-23-2007, 05:43 AM   #17
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Here's a 52 Royal Spartanette.....??



Is that sweet little Airstream for sale?







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Old 07-23-2007, 07:15 AM   #18
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I saw this trailer when I was dumping my tanks this weekend in the White Mountains of Arizona. It looked to be around 16 feet or maybe a little longer. The tag on the trailer said Santa Fe Springs, CA and the serial number is 16-4139. It has seven roof segments.
i'm not sure, but if i knew what number was in that recycle stamp on the roof, i might have a better idea!
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Old 11-29-2007, 12:08 PM   #19
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I know its a Spartan

Check the website Spartantrailers.com

You can find pictures of similiar Spartans, although not in as good of shape as this one. It appears to be one of the earlier models, late 40's to early 50's. Which is good, because it was built of the highest quality. The later Spartans had used cheaper material (plywood floors) in an effort to compete with Airstream. After 1959 Spartan could no longer compete with Airstream who was building these trailers for half the cost.
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I love the old Spartans and the trailer in question is an early 1950's model - most likely a '52 or '53 Spartan 30ft Spartanette. The Royal Spartanette was 35ft in length and this one definitely isn't quite that long - I can tell by the number and position of windows on the sides - also the placement of the rear door of the Royal Spartanette is generally found on the same side as the front door. If you check out the For Sale section of vintagecampers.com you will see a needs to be restored version of this exact model. In fact, if you look at the trailers shown on their home page - you will see one that appears to be this same model prior to being polished as it has a dent in the same exact spot as this one. Hope this helps!
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Anyone know what this is?

scanned from a postcard: sent Brownsville, Texas in December, 1947
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