54 still had the slot style tail lights.
58 all were mostly 7 panel ends and most dual axle.
No whale tail (California thing).
So it has to be a 55-57 Ohio built Cruiser/overlander.
I'm leaning towards 55 because it doesn't have the real small window on the street side in the center bath like most of the earlier models. Its a rear twin center bath judging by the window placement. The windows are a double stack and most 56's were a single. 56 looks to be the year where the rear bath center twin was becoming more common.
Like Ken said "it might be a Romany." According to Vintage Airstream there was only 10 made and only in 55. It could very well be one with the extra windows the way they are.
Well after re reading the description of the Romany I do not think it is. It sounds like that was a model more set up for boon docking and other then the Reefer stack there is no indication of a LP water heater. No indication of 12v
systems. 50's most coaches with 12v
system had battery boxes under the front windows. I would think the Romany would have that and not electric water heater unless my interpretation of this statement is wrong.
he Romany name used on a few loaded trailers is a term used to describe Gypsy's - and was probably an Ohio marketing ploy to appeal to the romance and adventure of traveling".
"Loaded" to me seems like set up for Bood docking and lack of LP water heater door seems to counter that.