We bought this trailer a couple of years ago to take with us to Alaska. We drove with it behind us from Oregon to Alaska then put it in our garage for two years without it coming out once. We just brought it with us from Alaska to North Carolina, 4600 miles, and it was perfect for our trip. We love the trailer and would rather not part with it but are building our house and won't be doing much traveling in the short-term.
It has bunk beds in the front and the convertible table/bed in the back. We have kept it as a bed for the most part. I have manuals, wiring diagrams, etc. that show how everything works. Clean title
Some positives are it has some recent home-made black out curtains, newer upholstery for all cushions and curtains (not perfect but good looking), all original appliances work, newer axle
with electric brakes
, newer frame. It is set-up for dual propane
tanks but I only have one on the tongue for now because I wanted to reduce weight
while towing with my car across country. All three tires
(including the full size spare) are good as far as tread but may be getting tired as far as longevity. I have extra accessories that are being shipped across country to me right now including spare tire covers, tail light
covers, and a small box of other random Trillium
It isn't perfect but it is in really good condition. Rock guard has one tiny imperfection under the sticker. Currently has no battery
because it went dead while I was in Alaska and was too expensive to replace there. There is a solar panel
installed under the rock guard, though it would be wise to move it somewhere that it could get some sunlight. There will be minor trim/maintenance issues coming up soon. No leaks
that I am aware of. I permanently fixed the door sag by going in and updating the bolts, for anyone that is concerned they can either re-fiberglass or some other option. I was more concerned about the door not operating properly, it is 100% now, than what was happening behind the hidden ensolite. Ensolite is perfect except within the cabinets where it appears it was never glued properly. The cabinet latches are not perfect, some latch well and others have to be messed with to latch.
When I sell anything I want to make sure that the buyer and myself are 100% satisfied. If you are driving any distance to look at it, make sure you ask questions etc. before you make the drive. I don't want anyone to get here and then be surprised. JBjuniorHorse at yahoo dot com is the best way to reach me.