We've been wanting a trailer to tow around for local deliveries for a while now. I finally pulled the trigger on a sun-bleached and weathered old In-Step kids trailer for a whopping $25 and stripped it down.
We snapped a couple photos of our process. Have a look!
Here's the frame with a wooden interior frame we created and mounted in place.
Then we cut down some scrap wood strips for the top surface.
After a dry fit, we gave these pieces a light sand and coated and sealed them with a couple coats of Minwax.
Once dry we mounted the top surface and threw a little trim on the end to help hold cargo.
Boom, done. Our next addition is constructing some side walls and we'll be ready for spring!