This was converted from an 80's HiPoint bike hauler trailer.* 4x4 door in rear.* Bought and converted a few years ago with grand plans - then came the twins.* Plans went out the window.* I've finally let go of the plans - so it's time to let go of the trailer.* Currently set up to accommodate one bike.* Two fold down bunks along the sides.* Front has wheel chock, 110 fridge
and drawer unit as well as two storage shelves/counter.* Front also has a nook intended to house a porta potty.* The trailer was originally built to be a cargo trailer and haul bikes so it's fairly sturdy and robust.* Body is molded fiberglass.* The body is supported by a steel interior frame, so it's not going anywhere.* I added the three windows
and the powered ceiling vent.* The side door has a standard RV lock which was replaced 3 years ago.* Rear door can be locked from either the inside or out and folds down into a ramp.* Exterior was repainted 2 years ago.* It has two independent electrical
systems.* A 110 system runs the fridge
and goes to two normal outlets.* The 12V system was rigged up to run from a jumpstarter (not included) for simplicity.* If I were to do it again though, I'd drop that idea or just pick up the converter so the whole thing could run off of 110.* My recollection is that the 12V system should be gone through.* *The interior of the trailer was sheathed in real wood paneling, stained and polyurethaned for that nice woody environment.* More pics available.
Interior is about 6.5' wide by 10' long.* Interior height is just under 5'.* Exterior dimensions are around 7x13.* Exterior height is about 6.5' so it should easily fit into any standard garage.* Distance from front of chock to rear is 9.5', minimum distance between bunks when up is 3'9".* Includes interior (removable) table AND table which attaches to exterior of trailer.* There's also an awning
rail already there - but no awning
Asking price is $2500.* I'm open to offers.* Just in case anybody's interested in a package deal, I'm also selling a pair of '80 Honda CB650's - one running, one not.