This trailer is buttercup-colored, and will stand out in a parking lot full of trailers, so you won't ever have to worry of not finding yours with this guy!Has some rusting and dents, and the floor boards should be replaced (unless it's being used for light work, such as hauling poultry, it should be fine). Plywood was placed down to suit it for light work, not for horses anymore, unless repaired. One of the axels is slightly bent too. With my honesty here, this trailer probably sounds like complete junk now, but it isn't; it truly could be used for more years. Perhaps it'd be good for someone's first trailer, but it would need repairs if for horses. It was my first trailer and we hauled our horses for more than 5 years with it. We've hauled hay in it before and it worked perfectly. I think it'd be great for hauling cargo or small livestock since they're lighter weight. The doors all work, has a key still to lock the tack room door. Spare tire as well. Tire tread is ok, except on one tire. Lights work. It is a straight-load with no ramp; is a step-up. Made in 1978. $600 OBO/Price negotiable!!