Hi Raz : In speaking to Tom about buying a 1500, I found out that he was bringing two trailers to the Toronto RV show in Feb & his (original) plan was to cross over at Niagara Falls & then proceed to Toronto.
He let me know that since the trailers were coming up to Ontario & since there was room for just one more on the flatbed trailer, he could work out a good deal for me, if I were to act right away.
So...with Can $$$ & US $$ at par...an RV show discount...the ability to import the trailer personally by running it accross the bridge on my own, and a couple of other personal reasons...I really couldn't expect to ever have things work out any better & that's why I decided to go for it.
Of course, now that it's home...I just can't stop smiling when I look out the window at it...it's just sooo cute !!
There's just something special about our molded fiberglass eggy trailers that set them apart from all those square cornered, white sided chip-board trailers out there.
Perhaps it's just the personal satisfaction of knowing that it's really an heir-loom
...something that will endure throughout the decades.
It's how much freedom we have to just pick up & go that it represents & how easy...due to it's light weight
& compact size...that it is to have one in the family.
And speaking of family...how about the community here in the forum...where we're all glass-eggers & support each other with tips & helpful advice.
They're smooth to the touch, they look so nice when they're shined, they pull down the highway so easily & (best of all) so many folks envy us.
And they should !!