Recently purchased two travel trailers from Henderson Auction in La.They were 500 miles from me and I could not inspect them in person.
This was an internet auction and Henderson knew most buyers could not personally inspect these trailer. I relied on the photos and Henderson's description. I paid top dollar because these trailer were in excellent overall interior condition, according to Henderson. One unit was in excellent condition but the other one is a nightmare.
The electrical panel was removed with the wires cut. The shower has no water barrier around it and the floors are completely rotted on the appliance side. The mold and mildew smell will knock you down. Not what I would consider excellent overall condition.
There is no recourse, according to Jeff at Henderson's auction (www.hendersonauction.com) He said they stick their head in the door and that is their inspection. So buyer beware Henderson's description cannot be relied upon. If you cannot inspect these trailers in person DO NOT BUY ONE. Jeff told me they bought thousands of these trailers and they have only had fifteen or twenty complaints not bad, unless you are one of the fifteen or twenty suckers.
I have the US Government certificate to obtain the title Henderson,s purchase price was $588. Correct five-hundred and eighty-eight dollars. I paid $3,000 each. One would think, there is enough profit for Henderson to make a reliable inspection and accurate description.
As a taxpayer I have been doubled screwed, the Government all but gave the trailers away and Henderson Auction deceptive descriptions.SO BUYER BEWARE
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