Oh, dang, and we thought there were wing fairies! We were lucky, in a way. Hamlet was such a mess that we had many, many, many months to find a pair. Funny enough, we actually found them fairly quickly. They came from the same guy who we got the trailer from on E-Bay. We paid more than we did for the trailer. We think he figured that Hamlet was in such bad shape that nobody would ever really put him back together right, and he wanted to make a little extra money. Don't blame him!
It's not so much what the wings on this one look like (although we'd probably like them better not painted) as it is our suspicion that the owner has done the doll-ing up and NOT done the work that really needs to be done. It's nothing specific that he said, more that he DIDN'T say that he did the repairs. And I can almost guarantee that anyone who has done that work is going to want to make sure any potential buyers are aware of it.
Post by persimmonpal on May 22, 2013 8:31:21 GMT -5
The thought of towing a trailer at 85 MPH scares the bejeebs out of me. I generally like the highly polished trailers, but I guess with a Shasta it looks off, just because I know it was not like that originally. To each his own though!!!