Perhaps the moderators will move this to the Vintage Kin section.
I sure admire the B/A. I haven't looked on line for a group dedicated to this brand, but am willing to bet that there are strong similarities to other SoCal trailers of the period 1950-90. RVIA has been around awhile, and CA also had manufactured home building requirements.
Appliance removal should be straightforward (which means awkward angles for one man) as the same appliances were used pretty well through the industry. I'm ready to steal the oven/cooktop combo for my next trailer, as well as the stainless backsplash from a B/A. AVION used a stainless hood in that era that might also work for me. SILVER STREAK used the same cooker and mounted the propane furnace underneath on some models (that I always liked).
PPL motorhomes in Houston (online) tends to have good prices on reefers, A/C units, furnaces.
Thank you for the pics. More are always appreciated. Will do some looking around on this.
1990 35' Silver Streak Sterling; 9k GVWR.
2004 DODGE Cummins 305/555; 6-manual; 9k GVWR.
Hensley Arrow. 15-cpm solo, 25-cpm towing