This vintage trailer has a couch (newer upholstery) in the front that pulls out to a sleeping area. The dinette we made as the original one was replaced. The table can be moved to two areas or taken out and stored. The two white chairs we use for stationary use here at home (guest house). If you’d like these, you can take them with you. Overall, the living room area is big. In the hallway is the main sleeping area. It used to be a gaucho (pullout bed) but this was removed by the previous owners, and now it just sleeps one. It can be reverted back to a gaucho with hardware from a vintage trailer company online.
Some of the tambour (the stuff that rolls up), such as under the kitchen sink, and couch, were replaced with wooden ones (real tambour is tough to find). Curtains and mesh screens are also newer. The bathroom sink and shower/tub were redone in an almond color. The bathroom area is very big and there’s a sliding door for privacy. All interior was painted with a light almond color.
There’s lots of storage space.
It has a newer refrigerator/freezer. The air conditioning (plastic) shroud is worn. Exterior, it needs repair as there are missing parts to hold the awning up, as well as some of the little doors to access the trailer from the outside. Part of the metal screen (latch) is missing. On the front left quarter, the previous owner must have used sandpaper. I don’t know if that can be polished out or if eventually you’d like to replace that panel. There are other dents (such as the right rear panel) and scratches, and the plan was to have the whole trailer polished…
The trailer has heat, the running lights work and comes with the original Equalizer hitch.
Price or best offer.
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