Bought this last year, made a bunch of improvements, and find ourselves having to sell it. The trailer's in very good condition. It had one owner for most of it's life who took great care of it, and who sold
it to someone who didn't use it at all. I store it in southern NH and will have pictures next week, when I go up to get it out of winter storage & put it back near Boston. The price is firm - I paid more for it, and have put in a ton of work & 1k of improvements that go with the trailer. I simply don't want to keep it for months to try & get the most possible for it. I can arrange to show it up there, too - just get in touch. For more info, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
What needs repair/replacement:
The original hood & vent over the stove doesn't work & is too corroded to salvage. I simply open the fan to cook, as the stove works perfectly, and this vents fine for me. One window has a small leak, due to the old rubber seal - that needs replacing. The valve that empties gray water needs to be replaced - it's a small plastic knob at the rear of the trailer, there is no gray-water tank.
What I added/changed:
Tore out the original, non-working swamp cooler & replaced it with a professionally installed Shurflow Comfort Air fan w/a remote control. New 20 lb. propane
tank. Tossed all the original foam seats & put in high quality foam w/a protective cover - the dining table is the original fiberglass, but I decided to leave the bed set up permanently, so there's one solid piece of foam for that area. New marine battery
. Removed the original curtains (dry rot) and left up wire hangers, currently using curtain clips on dish cloths for curtains. Tore out indoor-outdoor carpeting & put down a padded vinyl floor, in a faux-straw-mat pattern. Replaced the hatch covers with birch plywood. New smoke & CO detectors, fire extinguisher.
are new, as is spare. There's a nice porta-potty, a dorm fridge
in the old icebox spot - that works great. The original wiring is intact & functional, complete w/a converter. Some of the original fluorescents work. The original screen door is in perfect shape - velcro's to the door frame. The bunk bed posts work well, and the last owner made a nice plywood platform to replace the original. The sink has a hand pump and you can use either the tank or a hose connection.
There are no external Uhaul
decals left - a small blue & purple squiggle (think standard RV decoration) has replaced it. The internal fiberglass is in perfect shape, and the external looks good to me - a little oxidized, but no visible cracks, dents or repairs. The rock guard's original, too.
This trailer tows behind my Honda Element like a dream.