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Eugene Thaden

I have heard that there has been a lot of leaking and other things that have degraded these trailers. I would be very careful about looking these over well before I purchased one.

I don't think the formaldehyde would be a problem anymore as it would have certainly gassed off and dissipated after all this time.

These are only things I have heard, I have not personally seen any of these trailers.

Linda Hylton

"Still in their original boxes." Cool! :-)

Jaimie Hall Bruzenak

I would be leery too- even if they are in the original boxes! Trailers like these aren't usually made that well so looking carefully for signs of leaking or water damage would be essential.

Jaimie

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