I also plan on trying to rig up a screening system for those rear windows, to keep the bugs and debris out. Likely a velcro or latch-style system, which would allow them to be easily and quickly removed.
The 'orange' spots are from we can tell the primer they used and occasionally some of the original blue paint has chipped off. You can also see in this picture that the fiberglass roof is in need of a good scrubbing, since dirt has collected on and around it.
The one rear door needs some repair to the wooden slats, which will be another job for this spring. These are original and just showing some loss of life due to the evils of time. The metal sheeting behind the wood slats is in good condition, so it'll be a matter of pulling these out and replacing the rotting ones. And repainting the whole thing. I'm considering getting some nicer, new wood and redoing both, and instead of painting it, laquering it. That would probably last longer and look nicer. Glam up the trailer.
Here just showing the back corner of the trailer. More fun stuff to sand down and repaint this spring. Yippee...
Last picture. This is the back half of the trailer and you can see my cute new trailer ties. In blue. : ) All my gear is blue. It's all about matching, right folks??
So finally, color choices. The exterior is staying the same, but I can't choose between the following interior colors (exterior color is the background color).
Anyone have a favorite? Remember, it needs to be bright enough to not scare the horses and not so bright as to scare the horses. Oh, and the walls will have poop on them at times. Find something that goes well with poop. ; )