This 1971 vintage horse trailer is a true labor of love. When we first purchased the trailer, we had no idea how much work restoring it would be. It took many late nights, weekend hours, and hard work.
Three months from the date of purchase the restoration was completed. We could not have done it without our family and friends! There was blood, tears, laughter, and frustration throughout the restore, all SO worth it when we step inside and pour a glass of whiskey!
The Sip 'n Wagon is so special, and we can't wait for it to become a part of your next celebration.
Here are some pictures of the restoration....
This is the day we purchased the trailer. We had no idea all the rust we were about to uncover.
The plan was not to take her all the way down to her studs.
Although that is exactly what we ended up having to do .
Ready for paint
Once we got her all rebuilt and the majority of the rust removed we were ready to take her to the painter.
Paint is a miracle! After sandblasting, window cutting and painting we started to see our vision for the wagon take shape.
Wood & Bar
We like to say this stain looks like a glass of whiskey.
It was so exciting to finally see the bar as we had envisioned.
Our Sip 'N Wagon
Here she is, our labor of love.