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Old 01-09-2015, 06:37 PM   #1
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Streamline serial numbers WANTED

I have a 1959 Streamline 20 footer. I'm trying to figure out the serial numbers . Anybody that has a Streamline or knows of one, could you give me the Year, length, model (duchess, Duke, Etc. ) and Serial number. 1950,s and 60's trailers. Thank you for your help.
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Old 01-10-2015, 01:23 AM   #2
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Have a look at the www.tompatterson.com site as a start.

The Silver Streak message board may be of help.
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Can you post yours here? Ours is home and I'm happy to compare yours to ours.
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Old 02-14-2015, 09:50 AM   #4
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1959 Streamline serial numbers

My 1959 streamline 20 footer was completed and inspected in sept. of 1958. The serial # is 4031. Model # is X20. I have owned this trailer for 6 years. I have only seen one other like mine. It's serial number is 4034. This model replaced the 1957-58 19 footer, and was only made for 1 year. I've had several collectors looking for this model, with no success. I've seen the larger 1959 models and have found that the first 2 numbers are the model number. So the 19 footer was #10** The next size, the 24 footer was #20** ( 2nd model built ) the third size the 29 footer was 30** (3rd model built ) Mine being the 4th model built was # 40**, which replaced the 19 footer. I'm not sure about the 3rd number in the serial number. ( Maybe floor plan ) last number would be the number off the production line. I'm not real sure if i have this correct .I know that they didn't start naming them until the 60's. I'm pretty sure that this was the first 20ft made, but i need more serial numbers. I'm only the second owner , and this trailer is in mint original condition. Thanks
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I have a 1965 streamline Prince 19ft serial #S9027 model#19
Hope that helps.
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