To answer several questions posed above, here are the trailers that I know still survive from the Around the World Caravan:
#5289 - 1962
Overlander - Herb's trailer currently in Florida
#6472 - 1962
Ambassador - Lumatic's Trailer
#7667 - 1963
Overlander - Was for sale on eBay in 2006 along with the original Ford 4x4 pickups that pulled it, was in Monrovia, CA at the time, current whereabouts unknown
#8671 - 1963
Safari - This is the "Kentucky" trailer that was refered to, photo's of it are in the photo archive from a show in Kentucky, but it resided in Indiana it's entire life until late last year when a guy for Ohio bought it and flipped it on eBay, it is now in California, being turned into a mobile honey beee observatory. See the Spring 2008 VAC Vintage Advantage for a detailed story about this trailer.
I don't have time to look them up at the moment, but there are several threads on the forums about some of these trailers.
Here are the trailers that I know were detstroyed and no longer exist:
#120 - Burned to the ground in a gas station fire in India
#4032 - Totaled in an accident in India
#5232 - Totaled in an accident in Kansas after the the caravan ended
What is this I hear about 62 Overlander possibly having owned another surviving trailer from the caravan. If so, I'd like to add it to my growing database of survivors.
And let me note that I have heard rumors of other survivor's, but the leads dried up and cannot be proven. Please provide inforamtion if you know of any other survivors. Thanks.
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Changing subjects, there is one person surviving from the Around the World Caravan that is still a WBCCI member - #5232 Marjorie Nolan. I believe that several children/grandchildren still survive, but none to my knowledge are current WBCCI members.