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Old 03-01-2017, 09:45 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by Ms. Toni View Post
Lou Mosley in 1959 and 60 I think.. #50

Old thread - do you have a trailer with that number ? They had #50 way before 1959

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Old 10-07-2018, 06:49 PM   #42
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Hey Everyone!

Just bought a '72 Sovereign Land Yacht 31' yesterday and the Wally Byam number on it is 10645. Anyone have any information on who this may have belonged to or where it may have traveled?

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Old 12-21-2020, 10:50 PM   #43
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Originally Posted by Simplyspent View Post
My father in law has had an old Airstream for almost twenty years. It is a tandem axle 26' possible Overlander ( however the floor plans don't appear to match.) The trailer is a 1959-60 however the colors and feel are very similar to my 1961 Flying Cloud. The trailer is flawless with exception of needing a polish, and what is most interesting is it has a large faded "50" for the old caravan number of the previous owner.
I am told that the owner passed away and my Father-in-law bought the trailer from the widow.

The trailer is over 300 miles away on some property and rarely moves so I do not have the serial number available.

Is there reference database to determine who member "50" was back in 1960?

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Hi Simplyspent, I know this was posted a loooonnnnggg time ago and you have not been active on AirForums for a long time, but I just thought I'd revive this thread that I just found in case there was a chance to learn more about your Father-In-Laws old Overlander bearing #50. I have a reason to suspect that the trailer might be a late 1958 model. I'd love to see photos of it.
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