This is just like our first Burro
, but a year younger! We loved that little trailer and it drew lots of attention from passersby.
The electric-only fridge
is all we've ever had and find no problem with it, but we don't camp in primitive areas. If we had to, we would take our 2000W generator
with us, but we've never done that yet.
The AC looks good and travels on the front bunk seat. Looks good, but you would want to put a bit more insulation/covering around it when installed to keep the bugs out. Also, you may not need such a large unit and could find a smaller, lighter AC. It doesn't have to cool much space!
This one is in far better shape than our Burro
was when we got it from a car auction place, being sold on eBay. We ended up paying about $2700 for it and had to bid right up until the last 30 seconds. If you bid, set your bid high enough to cover most last minute bids and be sure to be online when the auction is finishing. Fast fingers win!
Since the Burro has the same double walled hull as a UHaul
, those holes you see are just through the inside wall. They can be easily patched with white epoxy or caulk. I think the wires hanging down may have been for some type of hanger system... drying clothes? They don't seem to be a problem. Also, don't worry about brakes
on this model. Being small, it really doesn't need them. You will need to grease the hubs/bearings every year or so, too, because these are generally not sealed units. Easy but messy job! Just jack up the trailer and get to it!
This looks like a really nice starter trailer for you. You can put a bunk bed over the front seat and have two beds for the kids. When you outgrow it in a few years, the resale value will still be high. Have fun with a great little trailer.