May be a bit OT but I thought I would share a couple of vintage utility trailers I have picked up over the past month. The green one is a Sears Roebuck and Co. trailer, guessing it is 40's / 50's. Has 16" rubber. The second one is a homebuilt but there was definitely some thought and fabrications skill involved in building it. It has a Chevy pick up axle under it and is built from angle iron and plate that looks like it come from a refinery. The front has rounded corners and it has 2" pipe stake pockets in the corners. Has a working tail gate and a spare tire mount. I am a sucker for old industial stuff so these were hard to pass up. If it's too OT feel free to delete.