11 month old ad, very doubtful it is still available. Around here, FG trailers go fast, lightning fast.
While I was looking at the one I bought (day 1 of the ad on C/L), the seller got two calls from interested parties. Imagine looking at a trailer and overhearing the seller on the phone, "yes it is still available, but I have someone looking at it right now, I'll call you back if he doesn't take it". Now imagine this taking place TWICE while you are looking at it. My choice was either buy immediately or lose out.
It put the pressure on, and of course, you can forget about negotiating a lower price. Many people are willing to drive a long distance for a trailer, I was looking at one in Saskatchewan Canada earlier this year, not exactly local to NC and you have the significant added headache of transferring a title
From WA state, you are a lot closer to Canada, and I have seen quite a few trailers for sale
in BC, they don't last long either. And you have the same border issue, so you would need to brush up on how to cross properly.
Buying one used, you need to be ready to launch immediately, cash in hand, and pay full asking price (unless it is ridiculously high). Best to know what brands and models meet your needs, as while you are researching, others are buying.
The strength of the US $$ is a big plus when buying from Canada.
Even if you buy new, the manufacturers all have a hefty backlog.
Tip, if you see one for sale
on this forum, check the seller's area C/L. Often, sellers are not keeping up with their forum messages, but they are responding to C/L.