1958 Streamline. 1958 was the first official tear for Streamline trailers (some may have been manufactured in 1957). This is a twenty-seven foot two door "park" model. Park refers to the fact that the trailer has no holding tanks and therefore must be parked in a formal trailer park or camping ground with full hook-ups. The present owners acquired the trailer in November 2000 in Iowa and towed it back to California where they did a full restoration. The tow vehicle is a 1938 Reo COE (cab over engine) Forestry crew cab that sits on a 1978 one-ton Chevy chassis and is powered by 395 cubic inch small block engine. The spiffy folding wooden camp chairs were sold under the Leg-o-matic brand. The Streamline and Reo and owned by Chuck and Yoni Miltenberger. Photographed at the Canyon RV Park, Anaheim, California.
1958 27 foot Streamline Trailer 1938 Reo Fire Pump Truck