Went to the mountains and came back with a trailer

[COLOR=#333333]Drove almost 800 miles yesterday roundtrip to right near West Virginia and up into the mountains to deal with a guy who lives on 40 acres and owns the farm and pays much less taxes then I do on my whopping 1/3rd acre estate here. He was a big dude. Beautiful area where he lives and NO I never heard the banjo’s playing(For the older guys who remember Burt Reynolds classic movie “Deliverance”).[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#333333]He gave me an offer I couldn’t refuse thru text. We never spoke until I got to his home. He said there is no money in his area and he will sell me this red trailer that is a premier trailer with a GVWR of 10,000lbs. The color Red is my truck and business color and the 6x20’ is exactly what I was looking for to pull the aluminum flooring off of my low profile [/COLOR]Enclosed trailer[COLOR=#333333] before I sell that one. The trailer has brand new tires,Rims,Brakes and brake away system. Together that is worth about $700. When he text me and said he would sell it for $2000 if I pay cash… I text him back and said see ya in 6-7 hrs. He said OK but to be aware there are high winds in the mountains…but no snow… poof gone.[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#333333]Not only will I chase jobs like this…same goes for equipment. Who knows I could be in your town next…lol got any deals[/COLOR]:wink:

Sweet deal, John!

But “Deliverance” was in Georgia. West Virginia has meth heads, tap dancers, and “The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia”.

What will you use the trailer for John? Don’t you have PW stuff on a flatbed?

Yes.I’m going to get rid of my low profile trailer and replace it with this one. I have a complete vac setup and other items that are going to go on the new trailer Along with my Swabby. This trailer is going to be used mostly for parking garages.