When I recently completed my double deck Spitfire trailer,
I sold the home made trailer that was built in 1959. The guy who bought it
(for $600) is hauling around a Healey 3000 behind his motor home.
Occasionally I miss the little thing because it took about 10 minutes to
load, tie down the car and take off. It takes me the better part of an hour
to load up the new trailer.
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Subject: Re: [Fot] WTB- Trailer for Spitfire
> There is one located Ohio that Steve Belfer offered for sale. It sounded
> perfect. And it has Provenance.
> I am a big believer in these little trailers for price and ease of tow. I
> still have access to my little original homemade trailer from 1992. (Or
> Tony Drews still has my 2nd little trailer...that one would be in Moline,
> Joe (A)
> > Hello!
> > Anybody have an inexpensive trailer suitable to drag my Spitfire around
> > in or around South Texas?
> > Thanx!
> > Robert MacKenzie
> > 62 Spitfire MK1 Race Car
> > 79 Spitfires 1500
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