My grandparents bought this in late 1966 or early 1967. The title says Irwi (sic) 1966, and the VIN is 301D. The Popup Camper History site tells me it was made by Kamp-craft in Greensburg, KS. My grandparents both passed away 1991, and my uncle inherited the camper. He did nothing with it except let it sit in his yard under tree cover for 12 years, so he gave it to us. We cleaned off the black gunk from the oak trees, and my husband did a little tinkering with the lights, but we didn't have the extra $$$ for the replacement of the canvas, so it's been sitting in our yard for 17 years. Bought a new 4x4 this past week, and I nudged my husband that the new truck would be great for pulling the camper cross country. He hooked it up to the hitch and hauled it into the workshop. I'm hoping for lots and lots of good advice from everyone because it's going to need a lot of work. It's a fiberglass body, and the roof is warped and cracked. Water will wick through the fiberglass, but remarkably, the interior of the camper was mostly dry, and the woodwork only needs repaired in a couple of places. We've got a good background in restoring old things. We live in a 150-year-old farmhouse that we restored after it sat vacant for 25+ years. Compared to that, this camper is a piece of cake! This project is super sentimental to me since I grew up camping with my grandparents in this popup. I spent 2-3 weeks a year for 17 years camping with them, plus the times my parents borrowed it for our own camping trips. My grandma's camping dishes and silverware and my grandpa's aluminum tackle box were preserved inside. My grandma's clothes pin bag was even in there with clothes pins inside. It has been very much like opening a time capsule, and I've already had to pull out the Kleenex box! I'm including pictures of the camper from when it was new in addition to the work we are doing on it, now.