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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.<br />
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1958 27 foot Streamline Trailer 1938 Reo Fire Pump Truck