For sale in NE Albuquerque is my "5x9" Teardrop Trailer project. Not exactly 5x9, the body of the trailer is 4'8.5" (56.5") wide by 9'4" (112") long and has a four foot tongue with 2" ball coupler. Has a complete rolling chassis with vinyl covered floor. Six underfloor storage compartments are built nicely into the floor. The walls are framed and insulated but not skinned on the inside (1/8" plywood or paneling needed). The walls have been erected temporarily so you can see the trailer's size--will need to be disassembled to finish the trailer. Two of the rear bulkheads are framed but not insulated or sheathed. Six of the "joists" are completed, two of which are temporily attached. A set of generic taillights are present and correctly wired.
I've been dinking around with the project for four years and apparently won't ever finish it. My procrastination is your gain. The trailer including the chassis is homemade and has never been titled. You will be provided with a bill of sale and will need to have the trailer weighed and inspected at the DMV and they will title it as a home-built. Lots of details about the build on my Teardrop page. Use the links at the top left which incorrectly speak of the trailer as a 5x10'.
Here is what you get with the project:
Temporarily assembled for you to take home. The 1960 Siesta Travel Trailer behind it is not for sale.
View from the rear.
View from the front, note the six underfloor storage doors
Pair of extended steel fenders, predrilled for screws
Doors, insulated, ready for skinning
Smoked glass sliding windows for doors
Battery Box, two VW tail lights, six new brass finger pulls (for underfloor storage doors)
Electrical box, fuse block, porch light, double and two single reading lights, door holders, cigarette lighter socket, VW license plate light
Fantastic Fan (used), three speed reversible