Watch This Space
Some desirable trailers came in
recently. We’re going to prepare detailed writeups
shortly, but in the meantime, here are some previews…;
Here’s a 1995 Jamco 6H slant with rear
tack. Jamco aluminum trailers feature
stacked-aluminum-tube walls (we think of it as analogous to
how they built kit log homes). Jamco trailers are very
solidly built and feature a high level of standard equipment
and excellent craftsmanship. Jamco is a low-volume
producer and used ones don’t often come on the market.
A new version of this trailer would cost about $60,000.
This one came in recently for us to show as a private sale.
Here’s a much-sought Brenderup Baron
One TC. This one is a 2007. It’s a one-horse trailer
for horses to 18 hands and has Brenderup’s patented
InstaTack tack compartment that converts to a dressing room.
You don’t need a truck to tow a Brenderup. This one is
in the hard-to-find Silver-Gray color. It’s a
private-sale trailer that came in for us to show. The
owner needed a 2-horse trailer and treated herself a new
Böckmann Portax K (which is another European trailer
designed to be towed safely by smaller vehicles).
We just took this lightly-used 2015
Shadow 713 Select 2H Slant in trade. The owner liked
the trailer, but needed to haul a small carriage and decided
to trade it on one of our side-ramp Frontier Fast Tracks to
facilitate loading the carriage. This Shadow
features aluminum frame & skin. In addition to the
regular drop feed windows on the head wall, the long windows
on the butt wall and rear gate also drop down.
Great light and ventilation. This trailer was on the
road for only about 6 months, so it shows nearly as new.