Well we did more investigation because the title
says Ubuild. No help there… But we did find a link to some of the appliance in the trailer. One of the first directions was Hunter trailer. We thought this because the PO said the original owners might have combined two other trailers to make one… But as the previous post suggests about the wheel wells and windows
, this is not the case. My wife found info on the web and linked the appliance models with an even more interesting line of fibreglass trailer…
It's a K-Line Mark something…
Here is what she has found out about K-Line:
A quote from Susan Knopp, daughter of the gentleman who started the company in Red Deer Alberta.
"Hi there. I can tell you a bit about K-Line Trailers. K-Line was a company started by my dad, Bert Knopp and his brother Jerry Knopp in the early 1970’s in Red Deer. This little start up was just in it’s early years when Uncle Jerry tragically passed away and shortly afterwards the company folded. They were fantastic little trailers – ahead of their time really. Once the oil crisis hit and everyone started buying smaller vehicles, these trailers would have been great. My dad’s love of RV’s and RVing continued. Today, one of my brothers, Greg Knopp, co-runs an RV dealership that dad and mom purchased in Lethbridge in the 1980’s – Eldorado RV. My family would love to have a K-Line! So if anyone ever comes across one in good shape, it would sure be wonderful to know about it!"