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Old 06-09-2022, 01:42 PM   #1
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In the buyers eyes? 1946 CW2

Hi everyone! And thanks for your input! This topic is about trailer value and the current market for aluminum trailers.

I may be on the wrong forum topic, but. I have just picked up my 46 Curtis Wright M2 from the metal/restoration shop. It is a complete frame off with new alum. walls inside and out along with new size correct aluminum windows. The only original pieces are the frame, roof, and entry door. The floor is 5/8in marine grade plywood with flooring. Interior is yet to be finished.

I have many pictures of different styled interiors from period correct to updated with modern touches. What is preferred in the market? This trailer had no interior when I purchased her so I have a clean slate.

To get to the real question, what areas of the country would I have a better chance of selling to and is the market holding up with the current economy? I really appreciate any input that you have.

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