IMHO I agree with Stephanne.
If you are into the allure of the history and not just a travel trailer to rebuild - then there is a lot more meaning to it. You have 31 years of travel history that could possibly emerge. What stories, adventure could be lurking behind those aluminum walls???? (Besides the dust and grime)
Sort of like those people who find old posters behind their great great great aunts farm house walls and they just hit the "motherload".
There could be diamonds dropped in behind the gouchos, in the drains, or a secret compartment specially built for valuables - oooh makes me want to do another strip down of the MoonBeam.
The only thing we found was a very precious childs craft of "I love you daddy" sprinkled with gold sparkles. Some old trailer park key fob from Oregon - but no names. The WBCCI# number we have was last registered in 1985 and a name and city only - but after a bit of research we came to a dead end (one day we will pick up the research again when we have more time. So just in case this was the original number we decided to re-register it - as there were no signs of previous numbers on the trailer.
Good luck with your search - one point though - it might help if you joined the WBCCI if you are not already members - if for nothing else the privilage to research "fellow" WBCCI members.
(Not snuffy here
- but just expressing what our attitude was and still is when we entered the Airstream "life" on Friday 13th this past February.Regardless much negative that is sometimes apparent throughout various circles about the WBCCI - the first thing we wanted to do was to join and preserve "MoonBeams" history.