The new marker lights kill it for me. A travesty. No paper work, no deal.
One wonders if it can even be moved on to a flat bed. How did it get there in the first place? Interior pix missing, I wonder if its gutted. Could someone build a frame for it and then drop the body onto it? Maybe find some donor trailer and use the frame off of it.
What's the back story on this trailer? Answers we will never know.
Another mystery of the Vintage Travel Trailer Universe.
"I get that queasy how in the hell will this thing ever go back together feeling.” - PT
Might as well use the photo's to create your own from scratch. At least you would have the something to take to the BMV... When I see a trailer I like the shape of I save the pictures so that, who knows, one day you could build your own to look like it. Just a thought, didn't say it was a good one, Whitney
Experience teaches you to recognize a mistake when you've made it again. '12 Weakender TD (homebilt)(44 States +BC & around 45k miles) '67 Shasta Compact '67 Bee Line Wasp