Monday, October 5, 2009

We all live in a yellow submarine...






antique 2 place horse trailer. we're not sure what year it is, but it's old. some of the floor boards need to be replaced, but it is in decent shape. No paperwork. e-mail if interested

Another one in the weeds!  I am not sure how they can tell it is in decent shape.  It appears that the rear window is either broken or sliding down - probably due to rust.  I would bet that the tires are in pretty bad shape too.  No price listed either.  Aside from that, these are interesting trailers - I assume they add very little tongue weight due to the axles being so far apart.

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  1. Better hope the horse in front doesn't kick... that thing looks like a death trap.

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  2. OMG!! That's what they think is DECENT??? I don't want to see what they think is ROUGH!! Inline 2 horse trailers and those one horse things, just aren't a really good idea. I would think they could have at least dragged it out of the shoulder high weeds before snapping a sale ad picture! Yuck!

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  3. Actually Inline trailers are the safest kind. And yes, these trailers can be pulled by a smaller vehicle. I love these type trailers.

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  4. I have one of these trailers, and Love it. would like to get another one. We have had horses that would not load in a standard that would walk right in this type of trailer. They pull great with almost zero tongue weight. Also, I never have to worry about people wanting to borrow it. They can't back it up.. lol

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  5. Some one could use this horse trailer for micro liveing ,like going to do with the one I have , but mine is a little wider than this one , I wouldon't use it as a quest place or food locker.. just saying

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  6. Some one could use this horse trailer for micro liveing ,like going to do with the one I have , but mine is a little wider than this one , I wouldon't use it as a quest place or food locker.. just saying

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