More InformationYes, that's right! FIBERGLASS!
The fiberglass models were produced in limited numbers for only two years alongside their more common aluminum-over-wood framed versions that started in the 1950's. The fiberglass Alaskans are much more durable and aerodynamic than the original flat-faced/flat-sided aluminum version. They are also lighter with bigger windows and three cool skylights (not so dark and cavelike), AND they have three roof vents for greater ventilation. Most importantly, they stay weather-proof when other campers start to fall apart and let in moisture.
See the craigslist ad for more details!