It is exciting to find another fiberglass anything, I have seen these although they are rare as hens teeth, another member just picked one up recently...It does not have the corrugations of my Astro molded into the the roof or the pop top, also missing the molded rain lip in the pop top roof, they are identical to the Campster
, body wise is it identical to the Campster
bodies (and others) but not like the Campster frames and has different windows
from the majority of the Campsters too, ( I have seen one square window Campster) but identical to the Astro. The plant is the same for both. The K-Line is listed as a different plant as is the Hunters.
There is a story behind these guys, I can feel it, I have been trying to trace out of California any facts but the trail went dead after a bankruptcy at the plant and turning the plant into a dry cleaning mill...Curiously under the same owners...Go figure a stinky fiberglass trailer plant would make an undisputed place to put a dry cleaner plant in those years...I got an old aerial photo somewhere with these bodies sitting in different sections of the yard outside in clusters...Since they are basically one model I imagine (absolutely no proof have I)
that the only reason the same model might be grouped like that was the bodies were for different customers. Also from the air only one frame can be made out...The completed trailers are just on one side of the yard 8 of them, far fewer than the number of bodies total.
This morning have been digging for that photo...