I’m a member of a Yahoo Group of folks with the same vintage camper interests, and I’m always picking up useful info to help with determining the blue book value of a camp trailer. I read in one of the posts about a site called Nick’s garage with a lot of great info on registering teardrop campers with the California DMV. That’s extrememly useful for folks buying a teardrop camper trailer. One suggestion is to measure your camper trailer, and if it’s under 16 ft you can register as a “camp trailer” with the DMV. (This allows a Permanent Trailer Identification) which only needs to be renewed every 5 years for $10.) Here’s a link to the site: Vintage Camp Trailer. Nick’s Garage is a wealth of info on teardrop trailers, and one of the very best parts of the site is his links page, with lots of interesting references for teardrop trailers. Here’s a link to the reference page: http://www.nicksteardrop.com/links.htm. Why not visit this teardrop trailer guru today?