This is how the 1956 Overlander looked when I first saw it. It has some frame issues that I must deal with to move it 200 miles to it's new home. It is a late build 1956 model and has the tandem axle option. It is in need of a shell off restoration and I will be doing the work, (with assistance) over the winter.
Aluminum gets in your blood. Funny thing is my parents never camped. Dad took Mom to FL in a 5th wheel borrowed from me. I was bitten with the camping bug when I had graduated from high school. I borrowed money, bought a 1964 Shasta 16 SCS and the rest is history. I have owned more than 40 travel trailers, tent campers, motorhomes, and even tents, since 1979. Aluminum is addictive, and I hope for my sake, there is never a cure.