Yep, I drove it home for him this afternoon - we work together so it was a good reason to get out of the office on a beautiful day. Pulled super easy with all the plywood gone.
The fiberglass on these trailers isn't the same quality level as the Trilliums of the same year but it's a neat little trailer.
It needs some fiberglass work but his dad is a boatie and has a lot of experience repairing fractures. It will need to be painted after that work is done as there is no chance of matching colors.
It's going to require the body pulled off as the previous/previous owner had plywooded over the original plywood and now both are destroyed. It has a fiberglass bottom but an open top plywood floor and ALL the windows
had leaked - it looks like they never had any type of butyl tape installed at the factory.
He got it for $200 and I think he could part it out for that if he can't do the restore - just the frame alone with new electric brakes
is worth that. I have a shop under construction so hopefully by the time the fiberglass has been repaired we can tow it over to my shop for the cabinet work - hmm, does that mean I can justify a cabinet saw now =)
EDIT: As an aside, I saw a Trillium
1300 1/2 black from mold on the way to get insurance for the 'careless kitten'. My wife and I are going to knock on the door this weekend and see if they will part with it cheap.