DMV record says vin is W3122 which would mean Washington factory and about right for the year. Guy who sold it to me said it was a Loflyte but it does not have the cut in behind the propane tanks. The front of the trailer goes more straight down from the window like an AirFlyte. It is two tone, white and silver. It has the iconic wings and they are in shockingly good shape compared to the rest of the trailer. It is 7' 8" wide and just over 17' long from hitch to back bumper. DMV record also says unladen weight of 750 lbs. I'm thinking more like 1750. Inside it has the dining area at the front (again matching the AirFlyte), stove and refrigerator opposite the door and the wardrobe to the left next to the door as you enter. The other lounge seating is in the back and there is no toilet or shower. It has the gas lanterns as well as electric interior lights. One of the gas lights still has the glass intact. The other one was broken long before I got the trailer. I will attach a couple of pictures. Just trying to identify the trailer correctly and get it re-registered in my name with all the right information.
I believe you already got it on the other thread. This trailer was built before the Loflyte existed.
Judging by the placement of the vents on the streetside, it is consistent with the Airflyte layout. My guess is that 1968 is pretty accurate, the reason being that the spear-stripe siding was used in the "mid-60's", and it gave way to the "gold-stripe" models about 1968. My best guess is they were being built in late '67 at the end of the run as the new design was being implemented for the new model year, and was sold in early '68. This may or may not explain the lack of the clearance lights as well.
They were definitely changed over by 1969, and so was the shape. The '65 thru '68 models had the flat front. The pointed front wall followed in later '68 and into '69, and lasted till Shasta was sold out to Coachmen in '75.