Yes, for being 38 years old, it is in EXCELLENT shape.
I got lucky 2 ways.
First, the asking price was $1500 when I bought the trailer, and at first, the guy was willing to take
a down-payment, and then a few monthly payments.
Then he decided he didn't want to mess with monthly payments, and dropped the price if I brought it all in cash.
So, I only paid $1200 for it. (borrowed about half from my parents to do it that way)
The second way, was when I moved to where I'm living now.
The Landlord gave me permission to park it on the property, so I didn't have to pay
for storage elsewhere. That worked out nicely, because since this place has a garage,
I didn't have to pay for a storage unit to house my project car (63 Ford Falcon).
I keep it here with me. It works out about the same as my last place + storage fees,
but now they're right here, easy access, instead of remote locations.
If you only paid $100 for yours, and used it for 1 season, you still got a great deal out of it.
You probably got your money back out of it, and then some, just in scrap value, unless you gave it away
to whoever would come haul it. Even then, $100 for a season's use is still cheap.
It costs more than that just to RENT one for a single weekend.
I did that with an old pop-up. Paid $150 for it, used it 1 season.
The sides were starting to fall apart, so I sold off the fridge, the furnace, the mattresses and some hard-to-come-by pieces.
I gutted out the base, and turned it into a utility trailer, then put the roof on hinges so it was covered.
That carried the tents and supplies the next season.
The following spring, (when I bought the current trailer) I sold the old pop-up/utility trailer to
someone that was looking for something to haul a couple quads with.
I got my money back out of it, and had used it for 2 seasons as well.
So yeah, building/upgrading/modifying things with your own hands instead of always buying NEW store-bought stuff
is certainly worth the time & effort, plus the personal rewards for your own accomplishments is nice.
As for spy's question...
unless you have plenty of money in reserve, it's hard to rely on being able to find work as you travel, just so you can eat, and afford to get to the next destination. Retired folk do that, but they saved up over the years to do it.
Some day, I'd love to get a motorhome and travel, seeing all the sights & National Landmarks.
Unless I win the lottery, I doubt that dream will come true.
I tried adding my signature to a few emails once. That's when I learned Sharpies don't wash off LCD screens.