In the works . . . in the table below . . . a listing of Hunter serial numbers, organized by year and model. Why not contribute your information? Click Contact on the menu.

Where is the serial number for your camper? It is engraved on a metal plate fastened to the fiberglass. If you have a Compact Jr., the plate is located to the left of the bottom of your door. If you have a Compact II or Hunter I, the plate is on the front driver’s side near the frame. It’s possible your serial number and date of manufacture is also stamped directly onto the trailer tongue. The VIN on your certificate of title should match the serial number on your camper.

Manufacturer’s Plate on a Compact Jr.

Manufacturer’s Plate on a Compact II

Stamped into the tongue of this very early Compact Jr. is the Date of Manufacture (top) and the Serial Number (bottom). The middle number is a reference of approval by the California construction standards.

Different from the stamped numbers in the photos above, your trailer tongue may have a metal plate with a number on it. That is not the serial number of the camper. It’s the identification number of the frame manufacturer, Ward & Son, Inc., of Industry California. (This company also may have supplied some of the appliances in your camper like the ice box and gas range).

Frame Manufacturer’s Plate

In the works . . . Hunter serial numbers, organized by year and model:

Mfr. PlateYearModelSerial Number
6/71
6/71
6/71

9/71
10/71

12/71

1/72
2/72

12/72


5.73

6.73
10.73
8.73
8.73
8.73

10.74
71
71
71
71
71
71
71
71
72
72
72
73
72
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
74
74
74
Jr
Jr
Jr
Jr
Jr
Jr
Jr
Jr
Jr
Jr
Jr
Jr
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
I
I
0089
0198
0201
0378
0466
0525
0602
0615
0723
0745
0805
1212
1242
C1314
1338
C1393
S1459
C1488
1583
1597
1598
1602
1896
S1963

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