M416 Trailer With Eezi-Awn Globetrotter TTT

wyorunner

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Hey Everybody,

I have an M416 1/4 ton military trailer, that has been slightly modified by adding a lid, receiver hitch, and trailertop tent. The tent is the Eezi-Awn Globetrotter, which is designed specifically for a trailer. I purchased the trailer from a military surplus dealer in Delaware, at which point the trailer was taken apart sand blasted and re-painted black. The tires are in great shape and were brand new when the trailer was purchased in 2009. There is a spare tire that came with it that has not been used. I flipped the axle in order to gain height to pull behind my 4runner, which has caused no ill effects other than it being a couple inches taller. I have new brake lights that have not yet been installed as well. This trailer is great for camping anywhere. It can be pulled easily behind any SUV or pickup. There is nothing wrong with the trailer or tent, I am just looking to find it a new home. Please contact me with with further questions or request for more pictures. I am willing to deliver the trailer up to 50 miles for free, and anywhere past that for a fee, yes I will deliver it to anywhere, as long as you are willing to pay for my fuel, time and possibly 100 dollars for a service on my truck. I am also willing to help ship it at buyers expense. The trailer is located north of Atlanta GA, Im looking to get 4550 for the set up. The trailer has some things in it that are visible (the propane tank) that will not be included. The carpet and side walls of the add on room of course are included.

Located North of Atlanta GA, asking 4550.
 

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wyorunner

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anymore pics of the trailer? looking to see what kind of shape it is in
Attached is the only other image of the trailer that I currently have. If there is something in particular you want to see on the trailer please let me know and I'll try to provide what your looking for. If purchased as just the trailer from somewhere else, it would be valued (or sold) between 900-1300. That means it is still in good condition, but not mint as there are some that still exist. One thing I can tell you, is the cheap trailer lights that were put on it when I bought it, are exactly that cheap. They still work, but I have another set I was going to either recess into the trailer frame where the lights currently are located, or purchase mounting brackets and put them on the sides. Another note, when I purchased the trailer, as mentioned it was taken apart, sandblasted (tub off frame, axle off wheels, springs and fenders all removed) each part was then primed and painted. The lid was powder coated white. Let me know what specifics your looking for.

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