i personally do not buy trailers, but at the very least, if you do choose this one, have them put all new brakes on it. the tires are not going to get replaced i would imagine. have the reefer checked out for temps, etc. then get a full DOT inspection sticker on it.
Actually no holes in the interior reported; well, not cheap fix requiredgo talk to scott at Crossroads Trailer in Albert Lea MN.
You need tires and you need brakes. A Solid $3200 worth of work to be done.
How many hours on that reefer?
Are their any holes in the interior?
What year is the reefer and the trailer?