The truck is an 2006 white, 1-Ton Dodge Ram 3500 SLT Sport 4-door Crewcab 4WD 6-speed diesel dually with an A.R.E. white camper shell on the back, a 4.10 rear end, a Draw-Tite electronic brake controller, and a towing capacity of 15,600 lbs with a Class IV receiver hitch. The truck has ~30k miles (just broken in, literally) and gets 10-11 mpg when pulling the trailer at 70mph. It also has a grey cloth interior, fold flat rear seat, CD player and overhead console with MPG’s (pretty darned accurate), electronic compass, and outside temp. The truck also comes with a Jacob's exhaust brake for those long descents with a full trailer behind you, a hidden B&W goose-neck hitch in the bed, 2" and 2 5/8" receiver hitches/balls, and a sprayed-on bedliner (just about indestructible). The trailer is a Black 2006 32’ Haulin' enclosed model with two 6k axles, a four ton load capacity, and about 20k miles on it. It is fully e-tracked (4 thirty foot lengths for tying down and hauling anything), with endless d-rings/straps/bungees, Cycle Pro wheel chocks for three motorcycles, and a very efficient wheel-strap/e-track auto transport system I invented especially for low-slung cars. The trailer also has a power jack (not yet installed), “E-Z Lube” hubs and an anti-sway/load distributing hitch. The truck and trailer combo is as flexible and adaptable as it gets with a 5,000 pound rated ramp door at the rear and ramp and access doors on both sides (all secured by eight Abus keyed-alike disc locks) and it maneuvers around the city easily.