On vacation to Yellowstone and decided to stop and look at a trailer in Idaho which was on the way home. Originally the idea was just to get a hands on, in person research on the trailers. Well, yes, you guessed it, I'm now dragging the thing home. It's in pretty good shape with everything there, except at one point someone turned the tailgate into a top hinge dump truck type. The tailgate is all there but the hinges were cut off and the bed has a metal liner added. From underneath the original bed doesn't look too bad but time will tell. Some air in the tires and some grease to the bearings (made easy by a PO adding grease jerts) we were on our way. I did the typically stop at the first block, then mile, then 5 miles, etc. Going from Idaho to Texas. So far made it to Durango and looking good. Actually amazed just how well it trailers and at up to 75 mph. No data plate so the first thing is trying to date it.