It didn't come with a title (just a bill of sale) so any info (including approx. year) is greatly appreciated!

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i like it.

Thanks Richard Nance!

Turns out it's a 1967 Model 15. I found the complete Dealer/Factory packet inside with all the warranty information, stove info, an old registration (thank goodness), etc. It had set in this ladies backyard for over 35 years (since her husband died). She's now 85 years old and was ready to sell (although it took me over a year to get her to decide to sell it to me). Not only had it set there for 35 years but no one had been in it in all that time. It was an absolute time capsule of camping and fishing gear as well as a 3 inch stack of newspapers from 1971. Time magazines of the Vietnam war, Richard Nixon etc. Two sets of vintage tow mirrors that go on your car fenders as well. Took me 5 solid hours to get it out of there. Cutting down trees, airing up tires, getting the hitch coupler freed up, etc.

it sat there 35 years and the tires still hold air?any water leaks/damage?

That was the surprising part. I just knew those tires weren't going to air up, and if they did they wouldn't hold air for any length of time. 3 days now and they are still holding air! There's some slight water damage around the rear window where they had added an air conditioner but it doesn't really show until you fold the couch down into a bed. I'll post interior pics when I get a chance.

What a cutie....!!!

Thank you

Here's my 1968 Wildcat Model 13. (The same one in my profile pic).





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