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Track/Utility Clamshell Trailer $300

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    Track/Utility Clamshell Trailer $300

    1970ish Clamshell Trailer with chrome bumpers. Manufacturer unknown. Lightweight fiberglass body is 24"H x 48"W x 60". Title in hand. 8" wheels with high-speed 5.70-8 Tires. Has brand new spare and holder. I started out using this as a track trailer for my BMW E30 track wheels (4) and compact floor jack. It is very useful for camping as well. We were able to fit a large, loaded 120-quart marine cooler inside, 3 milk crates full of camping gear, tents, stove, etc. It has tie-down hooks around the perimeter of the lid so you can use a bungee net on top like we did. Has 2 hasp flip locks on the side for security. 1-3/4" hitch tongue with 4-blade connector. There is a crack in the fiberglass inside near the frame. It's not pretty but it works great nonetheless. You can easily maneuver it around by the handle and tilt it up against a wall or structure. I have the title.

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    Last edited by txleadfoot; 06-28-2019, 01:48 PM. Reason: removed CL link

    damn wish you were closer because i need something like this
    Originally posted by blunttech
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