Sorry I don't know anything about that company. But, there have been lots of outfits that built these things for short times and moved on. Just like regular camper builders. Only a few have survived. Doesn't mean they didn't build a good rig. I'd consider taking the truck to a truck repair place that can do a thorough inspection, including a dyno test. Oil analysis might tell you something too. Those are very inexpensive. Have you been shopping on Race, performance & street cars, engines, engine parts, trailers for sale ? Lots of rigs there to compare to. I'd say if you can't buy this thing at a extremely low price I'd walk. So many trucks available for pennies on the dollar puts you in the proverbial "driver's seat."
'03 Freightliner FL112, 295" wheel base, with '03 United Specialties 26' living quarters, single screw, Cat C12 430 h/p 1650 torque, Eaton 10speed , 3.42 rear axle ratio
Thanks for the response, I appreciate it. I had been doing some background and did find out it was a local company to where the Toter is for sale, they're operating under a different name now. Anyway, I actually did find it on racingjunk.com and had been comparing it to several other setups. For me it was actually a great deal and not only gave me a toter, but also an enclosed trailer to go with it. As expected, there are some things that need done and updated, but that's what I was looking for. I appreciate your time in responding.
I bought an International Toter off racing junk last year. have your insurance company run the VIN before hand.
I had mine bound by my carrier and when it came time to issue the policy, I had a whipping from underwriting. The claimed it was everything from a firetruck to a school bus...many pics and phone conversations later, they finally accepted the truck.