According to our consignor, this piece of rolling art was designed and built by an employee of a trailer company in Evansville, Indiana. The sides appear to be Masonite with wood bracing, the floor is wood that has been glued together, the top is painted metal. Both doors open and all windows are covered with screen mesh, tires are wooden and marked "Tote Cart" and attached to axles on a metal plate which is secured to the floor with heavy-duty screws. It has little details such as the amber marking lights and the taillight with a miniature 1940 Indiana license plate which may indicate the age of this trailer. A blend of skilled craftsmanship and American folk art, it does show some wear and tear from handling and possible play wear. 24.5" L x 8" W x 9" H.