No, this Fiber Stream
is Steve Lang's, which is registered here.
I got to look at it this afternoon and decided it isn't for me, but that's because I don't want another project -- I want a trailer that's pretty much ready to take out and start camping.
Steve has replaced the springs and linkages with what looked to me to be good stuff. The joints have Zerk nipples which make lubrication an easy task. He also cleaned up, refurbished, and buffed out the outside. He has painted the whole frame with rustoleum and things look pretty good there. The only two things that I saw that impacted its roadability are the age of the tires
and some of the rain gutters over the windows
are missing their screws. Personally, I wouldn't trust the tires
at highway speeds, and I'd hate to have some of the aluminum rain gutters start working themselves loose in the slipstream. The tires
are a mere matter of money and the time to get new ones mounted, and the screws in the rain gutters are easily replaced. One just needs to allow the time for these items before hooking up and driving off.
The project part is the inside -- the fabric-covered wood paneling for the ceiling and sides is in serious need of replacement, the cushions and carpet are goners, and, as he says in the ad, there is no refrigerator
For someone that wants a Fiber Stream
to refurbish to its original condition, this one could be ideal because it has not been hacked up in any way.
For someone that wants a fiberglass shell and good running gear to remodel to their heart's content, this could fill the bill.
But for someone that wants to drive the trailer from Steve's driveway to a camping spot, this trailer is not appropriate.