Originally Posted by Ciciolina
I've seen that list, i'm just wondering how to read it. Can i consider this one to be a renovated/restored trailer?
From the pictures it looks to be in pretty good shape, but it's definitely not "restored" since the seller specifically says the water heater, stove, furnace and water system are "untested." That usually means these systems don't work properly or at all.
One of the pictures shows a woodgrain dorm refrigerator under the untested stove top, finding a correct and working RV refrigerator for a trailer like this is a non-trivial undertaking.
The AC unit is not original, and odds are the roof of the trailer had to be modified for the AC unit to be installed. You're in a climate where an unairconditioned trailer would actually be useful, so that is probably a negative where you're concerned.
With respect to the hearsay about it having been on a foreign Wally Byam caravan, that's not worth a penny without evidence. Don't consider that in the price without reliable documentation.
It's a pretty, shiny trailer. '60s Bambis are highly sought-after, but this one would need quite a few things to be considered "restored." I'm not an expert on vintage prices by any means, but based on the price guide and the apparently condition of this trailer, I'm thinking $10k might be slightly high. Then again, I'd want a bigger trailer, so I take an extra-critical view of the tiny pricey ones.