I was in Pueblo, Colorado this week and saw a beautiful little trailer at a local scrap yard south of town. I don't know my trailers well, so I have no idea what it is, but it has seven end panels and was short. I have no information about anything else - inside, axles, etc.
A friend from work on the same trip called the scrap yard (thanks, John!) and the lady who answered the phone said it was sold to her for scrap
and she could not and would not sell it as a trailer (she said she got in big trouble one time for selling a bicycle).
I know there are scrap and salvage laws, and it appears she is following them to the letter, at least to what she considers the letter to be.
If someone out there really wants this trailer and knows how to work with scrap/salvage laws, it appears to be in decent shape, at least from what can be seen in the pictures (which is all I could see from the fence). I'll bet it could be sold if someone is willing to go drill out the rivets and take it away as a pile of aluminum panels and a frame. The frame might have to be cut in half, but could readily be welded back together.
Contact info for the yard:
American Iron and Metal
831 Santa Fe Drive
Pueblo, CO 81001
If you are successful in getting this trailer, please send pictures and how you were able to get it. I am very interested in hearing the story!