Considering that the last Fiber Stream was made 20 years ago, I'm not sure what type of info you would expect to find online about them. The Fiber Stream company of Mira Loma, California was in business for 11 years. The company's history is similar to the history of numerous fiberglass trailer manufacturers that are no longer in business. They produced a number of trailers for a short span of time and they aren't there to do it any longer. There are existing trailers still on the road but the parent company is gone. Defunct trailer brands are classified orphans.
What we know about the other orphan trailers comes from the stories of former employees, designers or owners. A while back someone reported speaking to a former Fiber Stream employee who was excited to hear about this MB. He said he might publish some history someday. He never posted here.
Fiber Stream evaporated just as the Internet started to become a universal resource. Nothing was put on the net by the parent company before it failed. There was never a Fiber Stream Manual. The company printed a one page double sided fact sheet that they distributed to new owners. All other documentation consisted of the manuals for the products incorporated in the trailer. Most fiberglass trailers, regardless of brand, use applicances from the same manufacturers. So whether your trailer is new or old, if your refrigerator
breaks you go to the refrig manufacturer for assistance. Likewise for the furnace
, hot water heater and so on. If the manufacturer is no longer in business then you consider used, probably from other brands, or new.
I think you will find this board your best resource regarding your trailer. To my knowledge, we are the largest assemblage of diverse orphan fiberglass trailer owners. We are the only assemblage of Fiber Stream owners.
Fiber Stream Locater
A few years ago, a Fiber Stream could be had for less than a thousand dollars. As more people have become aware of them via this site, eBay and the Internet current resales are in the very high $4,000, just shy of $5,000 range. Advertised sale prices have been as high as $7,000 for mint units. Depreciation for this trailer is neglible. New FS sold in the $5,000 range twenty years ago.