well I went and had a good look... and well its quite a project.. I would say complete gut... fibreglass shell looked decent few cracks here and there on the corners but didn't look serious, all the wood is bad roof, floor, walls ect.. frame looked ok but big thing could not find a VIN
or serial number anywhere? looked all over the frame, had been painted a few times so hard to find and inside probably had be remodelled once or twice and no markings at all, and seller does not have papers so getting new registration
for a unmarked trailer could prove difficult I'd imagine. I said at best i'd offer 300$ as it needs to be towed and i'm looking at a 200$ tow.. guy said hed let me know few others have offered 500, 600 and 800 but no one had the cash. anyways its still there as of right now and I really can see anyone going that high for such a project. anyways few things that stood out for me besides all the wood needing replacement..
1) roof was quite saggy and looked like the tall closet was only thing holding it up...
2) the door didn't fit at all it looked like the trailer grew 1" + on all sides so how do you fix that???
3) where the heck is the VIN
4) Besides time how much lumber is required? ball park estimate on cost?
5) is it work it or better saving my time and maybe money buying something thats good to go? right now I am willing to spend 2-3k on something good but that doesn't seem to get me into anything worth it, doesn't have to be fibreglass although I know thats what this site is about, but it seem all smaller trailers have just go up crazy here in my area. anyways opinions are welcome and specially from those of you that have fully gutted these beachcombers before...