Originally Posted by Colin Alden
I'm restoring our trailer which has the WBCC sticker numbers 3015. The numbers are gone but in the right light we can see a ghost of them. Also at the front if you look at the right angle you can make out Mexico 60 and Colorado Spr 60, which I assume is a caravan it was part of. There are some other very faint letters above this but really all we can make out is that one word ends in a D.
This is not really the correct thread for your question (it would be better in the thread titles "Research by WBCCI Number"), but I'll answer it anyway.
I agree that the ghost outlines of the WBCCI numbers are 3015. #3015 was first assigned in 1959
to Edward and Louise Miller of Cincinnati, Ohio. In the 1960
Directory, they are listed as having participated on caravan 23 - Mexico Winter 1960
. That explains the "Mexico 60" wording you found. As for the "Colorado Springs 60" wording, that would refer to attendence at the 1960
WBCCI International Rally in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Not a caravan, but still a big event.
Edward and Louise Miller are last listing in the 1970 WBCCI Membership Directory, then in Lebanon, Ohio, and then listed for three caravans, 23 - Mexico Winter 1960, 28 - Eastern Canada Summer 1961
, and 30 - Western Canada Summer 1962
. Perhaps the "D" is from wording that proclaimed participation on one of the Canadian caravans.