1971 Boler for sale. Available for sale early Feb. Open to offers. Selling as I'm opening a retail business (need funds) and don't have the time and energy to maintain a vintage trailer anymore, nor have I been using it as often as I'd like. It's the cutest trailer out there, and will make you smile just looking at it :)
If this is your first time owning a 50 year old trailer, please expect it to need fairly consistent upkeep and elbow grease. As a single female first-time trailer owner, it was an adventure, but I managed just fine! This Boler took me across the continent 3+ times. I bought it sight unseen. It was imported from Canada and registered in Vermont. It will be brought down to the 2022 Tucson Gem Show from Vancouver, and available for pickup or drop off around the week of Feb 7th (I'll be using it for lodging at the show, and have a flexible departure date). It will be available for showings around the week of the 1st by appointment only. After this time it will be moved to Cottage Grove, OR, and available for viewing after (roughly) Feb 14th.
Many upgrades including:
-'Fantastic' roof fan
-3 external solar panels
-Outdoor shower head (with propane water heater)
-Electric water pump
-LED break lights
-LED interior lights
-In-line hose water filter
When I purchased the trailer a few years back I installed:
-Vinyl stick-on flooring (could use finishing)
-New Stainless Steel Faucet (was leaking)
-New Outdoor Shower Head (was leaking)
-Custom cut curtains and tension rods
-Spandex cushion covers (one has a stain and another a small hole)
-Drop-down valet hooks to hold candle lanterns
-New Spare Tire
-Front small table was removed to make space for a porto potty (not included) under a permanent bench/second bed area
-Large main table/bed base was removed when converting the boler to my jewelry showroom. Components are included but will have to be re-installed (a few screws)
New Jan 2022 work includes:
-Fantastic fan re-seal (was leaking)
-Re-installation of sink and stove (brackets broke)
-Minor works for road-worthiness completed by Glenn's RV in Abbotsford, BC
Minor cosmetic issues:
-Minor fiberglass damage at front base
-chipped interior paint
-'rat fur' insulation adhesive failed while driving through 118 degree Nevada heat. The ceiling is not perfectly smooth anymore as it was reattached to the underlying foam using pearl-head tailoring pins.
-rubber adhesive backsplash is scratched.
Image notes: Any pictures showing blue interior paint were taken before I started any renovations/soon after purchase. Throw cushions and decor not included in sale.