This is in the San Juan Islands which is a ferry boat ride from Anacortes. I can't tell if it has tires or not! No interior pics either.
I was on Lopez Island last September...lots of "earthy" people and natural farmers. We camped overnight and the fare for my truck and trailer round trip was $170.00. The fare goes by the length of your vehicles. They don't charge coming back so maybe it wouldn't be that much. There are not many towns with services that I could see. Lots of boat repair places so if you needed to have it checked it would take some research before you got there.
Free is good but I would check into it thoroughly!
Post by The Pink Sheep on Apr 22, 2013 14:37:03 GMT -5
The owner replied to me via email:
The inside is of the Shasta is in good condition. The outside just needs a little scrubbing and washing. The trailer was put there, on stands, in about 1983, so I am betting the tires are decomposed. The trailer is on Lopez Island (241 Hodgson Road), and we will be there next Weekend, April 27th-28th. If you are interested, stop by, or I will get some photos and tire conditions for you by next week. I have the title.
Post by Gone Kayaking on Apr 24, 2013 22:13:29 GMT -5
Sheep--there is no way that a trailer up on blocks on one of the islands in puget sound exposed to the elements for 30 years has an interior that is in good shape. Free is great....but this trailer will be a big project for any one that takes it on. You will find the right trailer for you.
Is there a thread where you have shared your wishlist? Oregon probably has the largest density of vintage trailers in the US. I have some good trailer pals in Or that would look for you up there if you provide us with your wish list (Trailer shape, size, condition you're wiling to accept and budget for that condition etc.)
1956 Shasta 1500
Can't wait to go campin'