1955 shasta. I don't know the model. I'm not an expert on shasta's or old campers. I am a very experienced mechanic and carpenter though. This camper came from a friend of mine who owned it for a long time. It doesn't leak. It had in the past at one point, and the low wood in the very rear was replaced and the floor about a foot in from the rear. The floor is all solid now. No soft spots. All the floor and joists are visible from underneath and the wood joists are fine. The rest of the structural wood looks fine and dry. If you don't know, it's hard to tell 100% how the wood is unless you strip the interior or exterior panelling. From what I can see, and know from experience, the wood looks fine. You can see the floor from above and beneath. The interior panelling needs a little repair in the rear from the previous leak. The roof panelling may need a little work around the vent. The cabinets are all in good shape and look original. Painted at one point. The previous owner took the stove out and it was lost at some point.They aren't hard to find from my experience. I'm not sure what brand the original stove was. all the drawers and cabinet doors work. Table looks original. I haven't tried anything electrical or any of the propane. Wheels look original. Hubcaps are dodge from the 40's. It pulls fine. I would replace the tires and pack the wheel bearings before driving. I can help with shipping if needed. I can send more pics and info. I'm out of space to write here. Thanks.