This custom built 1989 Horse Trailer was rebuilt and overhauled in 2001. I had to apply for a new title so it is titled as a 2001 custom built trailer. It's painted a royal blue with white pinstripes and a white interior. The cheap paint is flaking off, and it is in desperate need of being sandblasted and repainted. Other than its paint job, it's a great, solid, all steel trailer. The trailer features a tapered nose--easily pulled with a half-ton pickup--a side ramp, an escape door, and it can be divided into 6 individual stalls. All inside posts, bars, and doors are removeable, opening the trailer up completely for hauling a number of horses. The trailer has a 24' long hauling floor space, is 6' wide, and is 7' tall. The gooseneck area is 7' in length, making the total length of the trailer about 31 feet long. Its double axles feature newly packed bearings (2001) and newer tires. The wood floor in the trailer was replaced in 2001. There are 3 interior lights. Rubber mats cover the front wall and the lower rear door panels to prevent pawing and kicking dents. Two doors on either side of the gooseneck allow easy access to the spare tire, saddles, hay, or anything else up there. There are stainless steel metal plates covering the front and fender "chip zone" areas. A nice, large, easy-to-haul trailer perfect for larger horses, such as drafts. A new paint job would make it a sharp looking trailer again, but it's very useful just as it is! I'm asking $5,000; negotiable. Call Heather at 309-530-5664 or E-Mail me for more information on the trailer. I'd like to get it sold ASAP! I have sold my draft horses and no longer have a large truck to haul it, so it is of no use to me. I would consider partial trade of a small bumper pull 2 horse valued under $1000. The pictures below are of when it was newly redone; it has gotten some wear/paint loss/rust over the past couple of years, but has not been used too much.