I'm going to be getting insurance from a new company soon & so I'm wondering what to tell them when they ask what it's worth. I'd like to know Replacement Value. Anybody want to venture a guess?
My trailer is a 13' Compact Jr. built in 1972. 1 axle
(no flanges for trailer brakes), 2 wheels. Steel frame (of course). No breaks in the fiberglass. Central pop-up. Original canvas of the pop-up has been replaced by roughly-cut vinyl. Tongue takes 2" ball. Good spare tire. Propane
tank. Removable window awnings. Custom step into body of trailer. Rear porch light
(new), sink taking either outside or the interior tank as a water source, hot water heater (new), original icebox (beefed up with additional insulation), microwave
(new), closet shelving (new), new compartment under icebox, additional door to access under-bench storage, fully operating gas, 110 & 12 volt electrical
systems, two 110 outlets (new), a 12 volt outlet (new), all LED bulbs (new), and a large (almost queen) bed that can be split into 2 bunks or set up as a dining cubby. Given the trailer is more than 43 years old, with all the prolific fixin' up my brother has done, I'd say it's condition in eBay terms would be "excellent" but also that it is "tricked out", so to say.
I know I'm forgetting something important. I wish my brother Steve was here! You may have me one or the other of us (and therefore the trailer) at the Oregon Gathering or other OR, WA or BC meets. Also my trailer's been to places in Montana, Idaho, Nevada and California.