Every day I am just amazed at how small of a world this rock we live on is!! Cindy and I were in Michigan's Upper Peninsula in the small town of Munising and were taking some pictures of a water fall.
A group of older folks walked up behind us and like usual, we all got to talking. One of them asked if that was our camper in the parking lot of the visitor center, and we said yes. They said they were from Pennsylvainia and a few of them lived in Denver. The one guy knew all the names of the owners of Sunline and said "Do you want to hear what really happened?"
He went on to say that the owners were two Mennonite borthers who had started it and ran it for many years. Then a company bought it that had a bunch of different companies that were all making good money. They needed a company that would cost them some money so they could show a loss. He went on to say that this new company allowed Sunline to take a dive so they could file Chapter 11 and go bankrupt and then go out of business. I'm not sure if all of this is factual, but he knew Dale Zimmermann's name and a bunch of others.
I guess the guy does Fiberglass repair and said that when ever a modle was brought in for repair, he was the guy that SUnline would bring in to fix the fiberglass. He also went on to say that the day of the auction, he was there and got a ton of stuff that they were just going to throw out. He said he has a bunch of stickers, four of the couches/sofa-beds and a bunch of other stuff
He gave me his business card and said that if anyone wanted anything for a Sunline, he knows of a bunch of people who have stuff. He was 78 years old and sort of repeated himself ALOT, but he knew quite a bit about the company to be BSing me too much.
His name is Carl Mohler and his number is 717-336-5345 I told him that I would post his number, but we just saw him today, and he wont be back home in PA till mid week.
It's just strange that we run into people all over and the world just keeps shrinking!!
Good Luck if you call him