So ska, what dose Estrilitta translate too. Just curious and a little illiterate when out of my element (English)
I like a good mystery. It's a cool trailer too by the way.
Awesome little star, who knew, They don't put thought into things like they did in the day.
Estrellita DOES mean little star - in Spanish. Estrella = star, ita is the diminutive tense.
I owned a Boles Aero Nonparriel for a few years. Great trailers! They were very high end in their day in the Aiirstream class. I think my only complaint with them was that they have flat roofs and flat virtually always means leaking joint seams at some point. They also have aluminum frame members, which is way better than wood, but still not quite robust enough to safely support an adult without some flexing. The flexing can lead to depressions on the roof surface that hold water, and that leads to more potential leaks. I stripped the paint a prev owner had applied (over some dirt) and caulked all the seams, joints and through-hull seals and never had another issue. Beware of AC shorts to ground! Because of the metal frames there is a high potential of a "hot" trailer! Mine had this problem and it took a while to find the abraided hot conductor, which was in contact with a frame member and the rivets carried the voltage to the skin.
A good way of seeing if there is this kind of thing going on with yours is to Ohm the hot buss at the distribution box to (chassis) ground. Sometimes you can get a false positive reading in very high resistance numbers through light bulbs, electric water heater coils and so on, so just be concerned about LOW resistance readings. Always keep in mind that the person grabbing the door handle on an RV with a metal body and a hot short to ground becomes the de-facto ground conductor; especially in wet weather. Things can get very exciting very quickly. ;-)
The elec was in the bathroom cabinetry, far away from dripping water. Fortunately.
The fridge was a Dometic 2 door 3/way that was really great. This was a late model - 73? - that was too big to pull with anything but the biggest American station wagons with overloads, anti-sway bars and the works. Brakes are REALLY important with those trailers, so make sure they are tip-top before you head out on the road. That trailer is actually the reason I ended up with a motorhome. I guess that with the great rear vision video systems these days a big trailer wouldn't be quite so intimidating! I can't seem to find my pictures of it or I'd post a couple.