The Creation Begins with Destruction

The trailer has been re-located down next to the cabin. I've got the pressure-treated lumber to build the base. And if my motivation keeps up, I should have it framed in by the end of the summer. Hopefully.

Feb 16, 2010

Assets in a Small Town

I live in a small town.

Where you don't really have all those great opportunities
found on Craig's List or at the Re-Store.

Then again, you never know what will show up at the
Mission Thriftstore ...

The owner of this trailer is asking $500 ...
which in this case happens to be negotiable.
It's certainly long enough to put a tiny house on.

altho these wheel covers need some hammer and welding work
and the whole frame needs to be sanded and painted.
I think it was home-built ...
no certified weight capabilities ...


  1. My only advice is... check the tongue weight and if at all possible the axle weight limits. Often these two don't match. The bigger the better. Check around the rusty frame for structural damage too. A little surface rust can be cleaned up with some effort but real damage could make it a lost cause for anything more than a dump run trailer. Good luck!

  2. The ball-connector unit at the front (tongue area) with the weight info ... was a cut off of another trailer. I guess that checking the axles would be the only way to really know. :)