Finally own a trailer, but

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  1. txgray

    txgray Senior Member

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    I have since sold this trailer, but I did have an 80's Shelby that I bought for $500 and brought back to life. I hauled that thing EVERYWHERE for 2 years before upgrading and never had any trouble. We redid the window screens, the plywood on the walls, all the padding, had to fill in the holes on the roof where roof vents had been at one point (seriously they were just gaping holes in the roof when I bought it), redo all the seal around the top of the outside, put down new mats, and redo part of the floor. Plus paint of course, and a few of the lights. Structurally it was sound, it just needed a lot of cosmetic work! All total I spent about 1k on refurb, most expensive of which was the paint job, which I had professionally done.

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    RG NIGHT HEIR Senior Member

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    Oh yes of course, all bolted in.:idea:
     
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    RG NIGHT HEIR Senior Member

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    Did work on the roof today.Tomorrow we will seal the roof then we are done for the most part.
    Everything else is more cosmetic.
     

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