Wow, Susan. Our trailers really are siblings! It is so cool to know mine rolled out of the factory right behind yours. Your Tradewinds looks to have a very original interior. We have the same oak with the lovely aged patina, coral pink bath fixtures, countertops, etc.
I have been under the impression that Ohio used Dometic gas fridges at that time, but your fridge does appear to be of that era. I see no battery box under your front window either. Do you have 12 volt
lights as well as 110s? Do you have a gas water heater or electric?Possibly it is was a park model and the customer asked for electric appliances.
By the hole pattern on the end, the gally overhead locker looks like it once had a gas Humphrey lamp. They were found primarily in self-contained International models. But these '60 Tradewinds seem to have all kinds of factory custom combinations. It's interesting to me that neither of us have the shelf over the front window. Maybe they just forgot and left ours off that day.
There are so many similarities, just different layouts. I'm so jealous over your bathtub and storage!
Hopefully your Tradewind will be as well preserved as mine was and you will soon have something to tow with. And you stole it at $3000.
Way to go! I hope we meet someday on the road.