Hello Roy and thanks for information. I took it to a mechanic who said that when he jacked up the front left hand side of the trailer on front the frame straightened some. So he cut a piece out of trailer frame in front once jacked up and rewelded it so it might hold its shape. He then rivetted under all the seats in the floor panel to the frame to reinforce so it would not twist. We cut the door at the bottom sag and refiberglassed it so it had the nice bend at the bottom to meet up with the bottom frame. He took the hinges off the door and found that someone had moved them from original and he put them back to the original and all this has helped immensely. I am having the tires
changed and will be able to take it home to clean it up to give it a face lift. I have posted pictures but for some reason they are not coming through. It seems like an odd hobby to be taking up but I have a goal in mind. To bring it to road safety and use it to go across Canada when I turn 65.