Barrett Livestock Trailer
The Barrett late style double deck cattle trailer with walkway and ladder rungs installed
Our Barrett Livestock trailer is modeled from a 50' prototype. This trailer was designed and introduced in 1983 and still produced today. The trailer has had one major option design change and that is in regard to the large holes on each panel that are used as hand holes during livestock loading and unloading. Based on end user requests, Barrett added an option for four hand holes per panel in the 1990s. Also during this time Barrett changed the graphics package on this trailer utilizing a new logo and model name, "Eagle". Both two and four hand hole options can still be ordered today. The two hole pattern is still offered today but more common on new orders is the four hand hole design. The early style on our model #4105 utilizes two hand holes and the older logo with no red/white conspicuity stripes representing a 1983 model.Our late style model #4205 utilizes four hand holes, the Eagle logo, and red/white conspicuity stripes. This version would be more appropriate for 1990s onward. Both of these models represent double deck trailers used primarily for transporting cattle.
We also offer a triple deck version used for hauling hogs and sheep. Offered as an early design with three hand holes (#4305) or late style with four hand holes (#4405).
- HO (1/87) scale
- Detailed plastic body with photo-etched stainless steel insert body side panels
- Four different side panel styles available
- Optional stainless steel grabs and steps
- Reversible kingpin to fit either Herpa style fifth wheels or closer to scale models
- Two hole steel disk type wheels and rubber tires
- Landing gear may be modeled in up or down position
- Brake and marker light lenses included (available separately for kit bashers; check our Accessories section)
- Authentic decals included
- Available in kit form or assembled
Important Note: All Lonestar Models products are 1/87 (HO) scale. They are not intended for the use of children under 12 years of age and should only be assembled by children with adult supervision.