I had already ordered a 5x8 trailer when our friends, Jules & Sara offered up a 4x8 trailer that had been laying around for 7 years or so.
We had to take apart via crowbar, old rusty axe, hammer that had it's head taped on & a stubby screwdriver. Suffice to say we didn't come prepared but, god damn it, we got the job done.
We tore it down to the floor, hitched it up and took back roads through National Forest to get it to our house.
What the hell, I'll make 2 teardrop trailers. Oh, yes, I will.