Here are a couple of pics...the first is the 182 we talked about....the second is not really classified as a trainer, but if you are going to buddy box and looking for a plane to keep yourself busy when you bud is not flying, consider the T-28. If you have flown a decent T-28, you may agree that it can teach someone how to fly without much trouble....buddy-box assumed.
The 182 has it's tail off for storage. In perfect shape otherwise. Cell phone pics....sorry about the quality.
Good advice on some of the other planes listed above......I am flying a Radian Pro and absolutely love it.....and I have had others fly it with my watchful eye over them....over the weekend, a 9 year old kid who couldnt get his sharper image plane heavyweight off the ground was wiping away the tears while flying the Radian.