1966 Vintage 1966 19' Streamline Prince trailer - California  

Item number: 200098516655

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1966 Streamline Prince trailer - 19'
Description
Item Specifics - RVs & Campers
Type:

Travel Trailer

Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):

63406120812

Make:

Streamline

Slide Outs:

None

Model:

Prince

Fuel Type:

--

Year:

1966

Leveling Jacks Included?:

No

Length (Feet):

19

Water Capacity (Gallons):

31-40

Mileage:

--

Air Conditioners:

None

Sleeping Capacity:

4

Awnings:

1

Title:

Clear

Dry Weight (Pounds):

3,500

Condition:

Used


Vehicle Description

Here is a rare and beautiful aircraft-style trailer that is the shortest model that Streamline made. Lightweight and easy to tow, it still gives you the safety and stability of dual axles. If you research Streamline trailers on the Web you will find many comments that it is among the best built of all the aluminum riveted trailers. They only made this model for a few years and most examples you will find have the drab anodized aluminum exteriors that cannot be polished. This shiny aluminum example could be a real dazzler if polished. And check out that third taillight on the roof.

The body is in exceptionally nice condition. Virtually pristine except for two minor scrapes (shown in photos). All the windows have been recently resealed with Vulkem sealant (the front window has a small rock ding). I also sealed around the roof vents. There was some minor leaking around the door, but this has been corrected by sealing the eyebrow over the door. The belly band is in good condition. The trailer has 4 new tires (with less than 1,000 miles), the bearings have been recently serviced, and it is ready to be towed anywhere (takes a 2" ball). A spare tire is also included. It weighs about 3,500 lbs., and I found it very easy to tow with my F-250. (Personally, I would not propose to tow it with a V-6.)

It has the original, unaltered 1966 interior. The floor is solid (though the carpet is ugly). The cushions are in great shape with no visible signs of wear. The dinette (comes with extra leaf for table) makes into a bed that sleeps two, and the side gaucho pulls out to sleep two more. It has a full kitchen with small gas/electric refrigerator, and 3-burner range with oven. The ceiling vents (one with fan) are the original metal vents (with no plastic to degrade and leak). The interior has not been smoked in or had pets.

The previous owner had the trailer thoroughly gone over before selling it, and among other things installed a new 6-gallon water heater, and a new pilotless propane furnace with thermostat. The two propane tanks are also the new type with upgraded valves. There also is an awning (not been inspected by me).

This trailer has lots of storage including a huge closet in the rear. The rear bath features a tub/shower, vanity sink, and RV toilet. An accordion door slides around on a track for bathroom privacy. Like most trailers of this vintage it has a black water holding tank, but no gray water tank.

This trailer is in exceptionally nice condition for its age, but is 41 years old, so you cannot expect perfection. I notice there is some paint peeling here and there in the interior. The plumbing system and appliances appear in good order, but have not been tested by me. The trailer is currently registered, the tags are up-to-date, and I have the pink slip.

The trailer is sold where is as is. It is for sale to USA residents only, and cannot be shipped by me anywhere. It must be picked up within two weeks of the end of the sale (unless other arrangements have been made in advance). Bidders with no feedback should check in first with me before bidding. Remember your bid is a contract to buy, do not waste my time if you are not serious. As with any vintage vehicle it is recommended that the buyer be experienced and have some ability with tools. If you're a unskilled klutz, you'd be better off with a new, modern trailer!

Buyer to pay a $500 deposit within 48 hours of close of sale. Balance to be paid within 7 days by cash or bank check.

 

 

 




 
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