Recently I was very fortunate to stumble upon vintage travel trailer that had been sitting on blocks out in the woods for over 10 years. I was giddy with excitement and a little afraid because no one had a title for it and it had not been registered since a previous owner. A lot of searching and leg work and trips to the DMV I finally have applications in hand to file for the title (Virginia is a title state) so I paid the man, got a bill of sale and trailered her home.
I don't have plans to restore her to the factory specs. The bathroom is too tiny for anyone to step into except for my 8 year old son. There has been some water damage not to mention the years of rodents living in it. To make it usable for my family I need to make some changes to it.
I will be keeping the cabinetry but will be replacing the Dixie stove, the Marvel refrigerator and the original gas heater with the little chimney through the roof for more modern appliances. I will not keep the tiny bathroom but instead plan turn it into more storage space.
I do plan to polish the aluminum to a mirror finish but the inside will be more suited to 3 girls who love to travel and camp. My husband does not like to camp or fish so me and the girls are in this thing alone and can decorate and design a very comfortable space to our liking without having to consider if a man would mind sitting at a white wrought iron table drinking from rosebud china cups. LOL
I have searched the internet and all points possible looking for information on the maker. The title is registered as a 1958 Sunset manufactured home and the plate on the outside of the door reads Sunset Mobile Homes, R.R.D #3, Goshen, Indiana. She is made exactly like the Yellowstone line of travel trailers.
This post is 6 years old so you may not get an answer. You can run lines in cabinets but getting from one side to another obviously requires either going over the top, under the camper or through a bed that runs side to side.