22' Safari No Title - 7000
1972 26' Overlander 4500
1970 30' Sovereign
1946 25' Spartan (supposedly Howard Hughes' trailer) 15000
1974 30' Soverein 3500
1970 30' sovereign
26' Overlander 3500
22' Safari 8000
26' Overlander (No Title; No Year listed) 5000
22' Safari 5500
16' Bambi 9000
It was a poorly run auction IMHO.
The last trailer to be auctioned was the 1966
Safari. My wife and I were interested in the trailer b/c we had a 66 Safari that we mistakenly traded in on our 07 Classic (didn't really have the money for both). We were standing by the person they awarded the bid to. I bid 5500 for the trailer, they autctioneer then read my number outloud but the person writing down the paperwork put down the person beside me (Oh well). I hope the winning bidder enjoys the trailer but I believe they were going to flip the trailer. We are perfectly happy with our 27 ' classic
Trailers were in good shape and most of the insides were redone. All of them had plates in the trailers indicating that they were antique trailers and as such, not to use the plumbing.
I believe the best buy at the auction (other than the trailer that I missed out on) was the Spartan. It was supposedly Howard Hughes' trailer and personal trailer of Dr. McAfee.
Take care all.