Selling my 2009 Forrest River custom built toy hauler. 32' bumper pull triple axle trailer with living quarters. I've owned this trailer since 2016 and have used it primarily for off roading events. Garage is 21'9" to the bath wall, 8' wide inside wall to wall, 80" between inner fenders. It has a 86" tall by 87" wide rear entry, 7' tall at it's lowest point inside, my Bronco Rock Crawler with full widths fits perfectly. Any Hotrod, Musclecar, Racecar, or other vehicle will fit easily. It has drag wheels at the rear.
There's E-Track in the floor up front and mounting rings in back. Rubber Coin Matt flooring throughout. The living quarters are the full trailer when you pull your rig out and include a full kitchen with stove and fridge that runs on AC or Propane, bathroom with toilet and large shower, lots of storage, a drop down queen sized bed and a wall mounted fold down twin bed. 50 Amp hookup with good 15K A/C. Triple Torsion Axle with brakes on all six wheels. Aluminum wheels. Twin Propane cylinders. Drag wheels in the rear.
It hauls great with an 18,000 GVWR and the Pierce Hensley weight distributing hitch - these are massive hitches but they work fabulously, fits into a standard 2" receiver. They go for close to $3K new these days. It pivots to give excellent turning radius and has anti-sway plus load leveling built in.
I just had the whole trailer professionally painted head to toe with several coats of clear over the black. The roof is freshly sealed and the Michelin tires are in excellent shape. I went through the brakes and repacked the wheel bearings last year. It has a brand new 30' awning (thanks to a "too close" encounter with my carport on the old one) and a brand new house battery. I also replaced the 6 gal hot water heater about a year ago and had the propane heater serviced recently. Lots of cabinet/wardrobe storage inside.
If you are looking for the ultimate trailer/campler/enclosed car hauler this is it, you will have a hard time finding anything out there this versatile. I pull it with my '99 F350 7.3L Superduty just fine, I can run 70+ easily with it on the highway if I want/need. It tracks straight and true and has never been an issue to tow. I will say this, it's not light so if you are thinking a half ton is sufficient - it's not. Less