Badges?... We don't need no stinkin' Badges!
Randy, Your '68 should have (in your Avatar picture) an Airstream plate above the front and rear window. The model/serial plate to the right of your entry door on the curb side of the trailer. It's just under the most forward window toward the tongue. Also a MHBA Mobile Home Builders Assoc. badge near the folding step. The only other badging would be on International Trim Package models. That adds, Rub rails, Flag (red,white and blue) badges, and Cursive International ID badge on the rear between the tail light housings. If you have a standard packaged trim level Landyacht trailer, these other badges will be missing. Some original purchasers had plates added by dealers that stated that the trailer was built specially for: and their names added. These were usually engraved brass plates to the right of the door. If you have holes on the front of the trailer it could be from a long gone antenna mount or other fixture mount that has since been removed. If that is the case you need to place some pop rivets (olympic) in the holes with Vulkem or Parbond sealant on them to prevent water from getting in. The Serial Plates you see on VTS web site are for earlier AS years and don't apply to mid or late "60's trailers. Hope this answers your questions, Ed
1967 Safari Twin "Landshark" w/International trim package
1999 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT
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