Spent a lot of time at the library scanning Massaschusetts and New Hampshire for a coop I could move with a small trailer- finally found one in the next town, but didn't respond in time and was told it was taken. (BUMMER !) Then..... Got a follow up message from seller indicating original responder found it too big to move in a pickup truck, and I had next refusal. (YAY!) I loaded up my 5x8 landscape trailler, brought a come- along and a heavy anchor rope, and with no help loaded transported and unloaded the coop the first folks found too heavy. (And I'm 65 years old, with both shoulder and knee issues). I guess it's just how much you really want it.... The coop is made of t111 siding, with an attachment of three nest boxes on the back. No sliding/trap door for chickens to access- but I can add one easily. The existing hole needs enlarging. Also a couple of vents to allow evaporation of ammonia fumes. It will also need a couple of windows to add light and solar heat in winter- again, a lot easier than starting from scratch. Sorry I have no pictures ; no digital camera at this time. I intend to add trim on the cleanout/poop door, as well as using a sawsall to chop out the threshhold under the cleanout door- I don't think it performs any useful function, and requires someone cleaning out the shavings to shovel , rather than hoe directly into a wheelbarrow. Another modification will be to raise the coop onto a platform to allow hoeing out directly from the poopdoor to a wheelbarrow. Finally, vinyl tiles on the coop floor and a coat of paint ought to make this over into something useful, efficient, cute, and inexpensive. Eventually a new shingled roof will replace the tarpaper on there now- but it's a low priority.