The rearward side window would indicate a post-1960 manufacture. They used the push-out Hehr windows before that and went to the jalousies in '60. The manufacture would be "Shasta".... I know I know, "*smartass*" It appears to be an Airflyte. If it has the bathroom closet in the rear it would be a 16SC model...but can't tell that from this photo. The vents indicate that it has a propane refrigerator, which is also an indicator that it is a '60's model. You may well find a date stamp on the bottom of the sink...I did in mine. Mine is a '64 (according to the date on the sink) and looks identical to yours.
Post by 230thdratsab on Dec 9, 2014 18:40:24 GMT -8
Good evening Mr. Ross.
I need a bit of help with year & model please. Sorry I can't fine the add attachments paper clip to add pictures.
However it does look pretty much like this one. Mine has the water fill on the right side front. It does not have the black vent thing just next to the door. Both vents on the curb side of this trailer are on the street side of mine.
The VIN is: V16394. The factory tag shows it being built in Indiana. Thanks so much for ~any~ help. Be well, Douglas
Post by sisterbreeze63 on Mar 26, 2015 18:04:11 GMT -8
Trying different places to post my question, hope this is correct place. After research I know I have been given a Shasta Astrodome, almost completely original condition. Missing only gaucho seats front and back, water fill cap and propane light globe. Vin # is V 7358.Can you help me with year built and how do I find out what seats looked like? Thanks.
Post by vintagebruce on Mar 27, 2015 5:37:04 GMT -8
Not trying to hijack oliver's thread, but sisterbreeze63 here is a thread to some interior shots of a 1961 Astrodome that shows the front seats. I believe these were probably typical. I have seen pics of a '71 dome with cushions more like what would be on a 3-seat sectional sofa, but I think that was a change-out after the original purchase.