Thanks, y'all! We can't wait to go camping
Jack, thanks. We're having the trailer serviced in a few days, so we'll know more then.
I never heard back from the Craigslist guy. Coincidentally found this similar Burro
near where my parents live. Didn't feel any pressure from the seller, and he had a fair price. We felt comfortable purchasing it after my parents checked it out and confirmed that it appeared to be in good condition. Pretty sure we'll have to do the brakes
, and maybe the axle
too, and even with that expense we still feel it's a good deal. What sold us on the trailer was the overall good condition of the rv (isn't it beautiful?!), and it was the size we were looking for, so we didn't have to compromise on any of what we really wanted just to buy something local. And the price was right.