I don't think it is a Scamp because the lower was green gelcoat, you can see the white paint
around the Serial # plates. Every scamp I've seen was originally white top and bottom.
There is a remote chance this MAY have been built for boler America. The frame appears the same, the side markers are the same. The interior lights are the same on the upper cabinet. It was white over green. The tail light lenses could have been changed. It uses the same license plate light. Even the front jack is the same. The electrical hatch looks the same, does it say Air-Tex Dallas Tex?
In addition, the serial # is 7016. All the other boler American serial numbers have started with 1, 3 or 5. Could this be the 16th trailer made by a 4th manufacturer just before boler America met it's demise and never got the boler American nameplate? I don't see a serial number plate on the drivers side of the A frame, typical of the boler American.
The one thing that does not make it a boler American, is that it has a Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards Certificate. I have not seen a boler American to date with one. The California Standards plate may give something to research the origin by. Could the RV 183 possibly be the Manufacturer? I've always had a feeling Eleanor International was setting up a manufacture somewhere out West to produce the boler American. The inside of the door does not appear to have ensolite extending to the hinge area like on my boler American.
It definately needs a new axle
, that is the first egg I've seen with "wheelie wheels" added to keep the rear bumper from scrubbing. It also looks like the rear stabilizers were after market.
Since you know the original owner is there any chance they might have more documentation or be able to provide a little more history?
Take a second look at the picture of the front bench. The distances are distorted by the camera. There are 2 undercouch accesses. Very similar to my boler American.