Yep. Mine is a little newer but not by much. Steel frames make this trailer a little heavy. Check everywhere for rust, especially underneath and the tongue that I had beefed up a little on mine. Of course you have checked the wood floor and everything else.
Mine was missing the upper dutch doors but I don't need them and would have taken them off anyway to help keep horses cool. We don't have a winter. When loading be VERY careful of the back door latches so you don't get ropes or halters caught up in them. I also put some pads on the back floor metal to protect it from hooves and not have that shoe on metal sound that my horses didn't like. Attachment 182897
I installed two fans but still worried about heat. So I tie the two feed doors open but drive slowly and I'm always checking my rear view mirrors. Attachment 182889
I did a little customizing in here with a 2X4 frame and plywood covered with some thick material. Padding on floor with a piece of plywood and a padded 2X8 forward to protect the emergency break battery and new junction box. I don't like things moving around and the horses don't need the extra noise. Attachment 182905
Our Jeep has the factory installed tow package for a Class IV hitch, 7,000 lbs capacity. We did the math and with trailer and back of car loaded, full tank of gas we are a little over 6,000 lbs. We had to buy a Class IV pull receiver and ball. We also added the load leveler. New emergency break system and break controller. The wiring was a mess, to moved the electrical junction box that was mounted on the tongue inside the storage area. Attachment 182913
New tires, new bearings and breaks. My trailer does not have leaf springs, it has a torque system built into the axels that I've learned aren't the best so I really watch for bumps and holes.
Roadyy is our trailer boss so I'm sure he has some ideas of what to look for.