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Old 02-04-2017, 05:25 PM
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An odd question I suppose, but my research gives me no results.
Selling my 2015 ATC 20' all-aluminum Raven. It's their base trailer at 2300lbs curb weight.
I finished the interior walls, laid down a no slip surface on the floor, wired for electricity (shore power input on front fascia) into 2 circuit box (each powering 4 110 outlets). Added a couple of simple cabinets up front, built a full width shelf up front, built "cubbies" on upper right side at the ceiling, and a smaller singular "cubby" at the upper left rear.
What does one of these sell for 2 year old?
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IMHO only having 110V requires either shore power or a generator. Either is limiting at the track or the storage location.

I also think that doing work inside the trailer is limited due to the size and the mods, especially if loaded.

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Where in CO are you? Brighton Trailers has your base model listed for around $10k new.

I saw a comparable optioned used trailer (although about 8 years old) at Parker trailers for $7k. IME trailers go for a higher price in CO than other places for some reason.

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Originally Posted by fosbibr View Post
Where in CO are you? Brighton Trailers has your base model listed for around $10k new.

I saw a comparable optioned used trailer (although about 8 years old) at Parker trailers for $7k. IME trailers go for a higher price in CO than other places for some reason.

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hoping to get down to the shop tomorrow to take pics. Will post. Thanks for comments.
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ATC all-aluminum. About 2300# curb weight. Bought new in 2015.



Ram Jack 3500.





Radial tires - no bias-ply nonsense. Spare in trailer.











Wired for shore power (30 AMP). I did the wiring.



Deck covering is a Home Depot 10x thickness deck paint. Works great - pretty resilient.



E-track throughout - surface mount.



small cubby I built to store spare axles.



walls are plywood - painted white - not insultaed





More cubbies I built to store brake pads, air filters, rotors, etc.









2 circuits





janky Husky cabinets, but serve a purpose and do it well.



shelf runs the width of the trailer above cabinets and electrical outlets. General lightweight storage.

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