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Posted - 30 Jul 2016 :  6:58:41 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
One of my local car friends is selling his enclosed trailer. From the pictures I've seen it looks really nice. Here are the details....

-car trailer is 32 ft (27.5 foot box) it has a stainless steel work bench
with a large vice mounted on it and cabinets underneath.There is an electric winch with cable to pull a car from the street all the way in.
-Roof vent, dual axle, electric brakes
-Electric service includes 220 for A/C and 120 with outlets.
- It has air conditioning and ceiling lights plus 2- 12 volt dome lights for when you
don't have a hook up or generator.
-Outside tunning most of the length it has a 26 foot awning that comes off
about 8 feet from the roof and covers the side door
-Under the awning there are 2 large halogen flood lights that light up the whole area (120 volt) It
-equipped with a spooled air hose for a compressor and mounted spare tire
case.
- On the wall is a tire rack for 4 to 6 racing tires above the car.
-There is a tool box with anti-skid in draws so tools don't move while
driving.
-Trailer hitch includes turning sway control arm a stabilization bars to
minimize highway sway.

$6,200

Glenn Wootton

(954) 421-0122 Work Phone
(954) 234-3351 Cell Phone

Glenn's trailer is located in the Fort Lauderdale area. Contact him by phone for more details.

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30 July 2016

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Posted - 31 Jul 2016 :  09:21:23 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
That sounds like a Smokin deal. A bit too large and too far for me unfortunately.

Bowties are for Pee-wee Herman. "Chevy": even the name sounds cheap, but not as cheap as your Pontiac will be with an LS transplant.
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