hi- was in the area so my friend with the '71 Avion and I went down to Bisbee to see the famous Shady Dell Resort- glad we did! They indeed have a nice, and growing, collection of vintage trailers- there are several out back awaiting restoration. Both the manager, and owner/chef at Dot's Diner, are very interesting and friendly, fitting in well with the somewhat eccentric personality of this desert town. The place is also still for sale, I guess the ebay auction didn't work out. I was told there are roughly 2 acres, maybe 10 vintage trailers (and a boat!) for nightly rental, and roughly a dozen RV spaces for rent, most of them already taken long-term. I was told the owners were hoping to get something in the high $600k range, but would likely take considerably less for a secure offer. Not sure why they want to divest themselves of this unique property. The only drawback I see to the package is location- It's not that it's in the middle of nowhere, but that it sits next to a copper mine. It is ugly, possibly toxic, and not something I would want as the neighbor for a vintage trailer park, with guests from all over the world. This would be a truly striking real estate opportunity, and visionary trailer park, were it not for this proximity. But, if you don't look out towards the mine tailings across the highway, it is a lovely, funky, step back in time, and I think their rates are very reasonable compared with ordinary motels. Check it out for yourself when you're in extreme southern Arizona!