It has a sink, propane
stove, ice box, bench seats with table. Bench makes into a large double bed. Pop-top. Two propane
tanks. New tires
. Previous owner said he replaced the wheels, and they look newer. New electrical
for the lights
. Interior electric lights
and plug-ins. No water pump. The water system is not functional. It has a 5 gallon water tank under the counter at the moment. It used to have a large tank under the seat that someone removed. You could put one back in there. No brakes
are not required on this trailer in any state because it is only 900 lb. My husband and I can easily roll it around with a boat dolly. It is in great shape, especially considering it was built in 1972. The top of the pop-top has been redone, I'm told. I'm not an expert on the subject, but it is solid and functional, so that's all I can say about it. The fiberglass is excellent -- on little ding on the back right corner the size of a silver dollar. One drawer needs to be rebuilt - or at least the drawer front reattached to the sides. One cupboard door doesn't shut tight.
13 feet total length including tongue, the enclosed trailer is 10 feet long.
I posted a bunch of pictures here, including under the sink so you can see the situation with the water supply: http://1drv.ms/1H5xkdH