Actually, you could be in luck... The Original Bambi Trailers(1960-1962) Were only 81" wide at the floor. When the trailer was redesigned for the 1963
Bambi II it became 86" wide. When they started building the Caravel
model in 65 they became 89.5" wide.
(sounds like what is happening with compact cars every year...a inch longer here, an inch wider there.)
The bad news is the escalating prices for a Bambi. Fifteen years ago I purchased one for $600. Sold it a few years later for "only" $1000! Wish I could go back to those years!
If you would like for me to send you a copy of the original 1960
Bambi Brochure, let me know.
By the way, the original Bambi was actually exactly 16' long overall. They only weighed empty 1850 lbs with a hitch weight of 180 lbs.
Last concern is height. Airstream wasn't too concerned with that number in the 60's and generally failed to include it in thier specs, however the Bambi was about 7'2" tall (without an A/C- they didn't even offer one as a factory option in 60.
How tall is that container?