Contact Us at 641-780-0234

Here at Iowa Trailer Ranch (also known as Alpha Omega Enterprises) we love trailers, truck beds, and all the great accessories that go with them. We are located on Iowa Hwy 163 just 2 miles west of Pella, Iowa.

Larry loves to talk trailers.  Give him a call today. 641-780-0234.

Larry “the Trailer Guy” has spent much of the last thirty-seven years towing, servicing, promoting and selling trailers.  Units for hauling equipment, livestock, automobiles, building materials, dirt & gravel, large hay bales and a multitude of other items.  

Iowa Trailer Ranch also has convenient financing available. All you need to do is apply online and get approved within 24 hours!

Financing available for PJ Trailers at:  Sheffield Financing

All other trailer financing: 

Take a look at our current inventory online. If you don’t see what you are looking for, give us a call or stop by and check out our latest arrivals. 

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I bought a 14,000 pound dump trailer and it meet my need well. When it came time to downsize to an utility trailer Larry treated me well on the trade. Larry will honor what he tells you.

Jim Hoven
Albia, IA

We would recommend Alpha Omega Trailer Sales to anyone. We bought equipment trailers from them and had great service from Larry. He even delivered the trailers to us.

TK Concrete, Inc.
Pella, IA

I've purchased two equipment trailers from Alpha Omega trailers in the last five years. I've been very happy with the way Larry has worked with me. I'm well satisfied with the service and products he has provided. It has been a pleasure to work with him.

Danny Steenhoek
Pella, IA


Larry Van Zante was raised on the farm where the trailer business is now located. His father loved to overhaul and paint farm tractors, and Larry inherited the "repair bug," so to speak. For as long as he can remember he has had "projects" waiting to be repaired.

The family home—built in 1975—included a basement shop under the garage where projects could be tackled. By 1985, the basement shop was too small and a 40' x 56' building was erected which includes a 24' overhead crane, an automotive lift and a wash bay. He soon acquired a MIG welder, cutting torch, air compressor and spray painting equipment as well as drill presses, vertical and horizontal band saws, sheet metal brake and many more handy tools.

Some of the first projects were farm repairs, then prior salvage car rebuilds and later trailer repair and restoration. The trailer sales business became a part of the mix and Larry found a niche that supplemented the farm enterprise until the trailer sales grew so large, the farm was left for a tenant to tend.

The latest expansion has been to open a trailer parts supply store to fill his clients' needs. The store is located in the original family shop, where Larry's father and grandfather labored over their own "projects." The shop includes memories of days spent with dad and grandpa. Today's store has a computer and video surveillance cameras and utilizes the internet and websites; things that dad and grandpa never conceived of. If only they had had it so good. One can only wonder what more innovations will change the future and the evolution of the business. It can only get better with technology. Perhaps even remote controlled trucks and trailers driven from a seat in the office.