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Posted 1/7/2015 1:57:56 PM
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Hi Everyone,
I have been looking for a horse trailer that is a price my parents will appreciate. The owner where my sister works is selling his horse trailer. I was wondering if you could give me your thoughts on how much you think it is worth V.S. how much he is selling it for. We have not spoken to the owner and only looked at the trailer briefly. I will be getting pictures and posting them here tomorrow night. I don't know much about the trailer so this is what I can tell you until tomorrow:

Make: Miley
Model:
Year: '72
Tow type: Gooseneck
Price $3,500

Nickname: Rust Bucket

Pictures:






Notes: It has a door towards the front which opens to a separate part of the trailer. This part has cabinets and a bed type of area.

Mom says it is a Living Quarters but I am not sure what defines a LQ
Pictures: (Soon to come)
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Important things to look for when buying trailers:
-Make sure the floor is in good condition. No holes, loose or rotten boards, etc.
-Pretty much make sure there's no serious holes in the exterior
-Look at the condition of the tires.

It could be more of just a front tack room and not necessarily living quarters.

Thanks Abra!

Shaq and Jack
-Brianna-

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