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At the risk of sounding self-effacing, Nocky, it is looking GOOD!



As the pics I sent you suggest, the rounded top, and the side door are perfect replicas of my old trailer, and if you can fit an 1/18 scale Anson or Ertl truck inside, then we can easily fit a Carousel 1 Corvette or a GMP Camaro (similar to the two race cars I had while we owned that trailer) into it.

I'm working with someone on another un-named Board to create a receiver-type trailer hitch for it. We hauled the same trailer with a Silverado Dually (the Corvette) and a Silverado Suburban (the Camaro), so same hitch set up (actually same chassis-have I put in too many parentheticals?) should work for either. Plus, I have both a White dually, and a White suburban in the collection (so the set up can work either way).

I'll be moved into my new house in April: This would make a wonderful "House-warming" gift!

XOXO

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Right, no pressure then!!!!
Does that mean you DON'T want me to make a hitch on the trailer? I can leave that part as is or put on on. The one I have on my original trailer is a ball-type connector that is the ball in on the towbar and the socket is on the trailer.

:cheers

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Make it as indicated. What I am trying to have built is the receiver bracket to fit on the tow vehicle and the ball unit. I will need the trailer to have the ball-type connector with the socket on the trailer, as indicated.

Thanks!

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Right, no pressure then!!!!
Does that mean you DON'T want me to make a hitch on the trailer? I can leave that part as is or put on on. The one I have on my original trailer is a ball-type connector that is the ball in on the towbar and the socket is on the trailer.

:cheers

Peter
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Make it as indicated. What I am trying to have built is the receiver bracket to fit on the tow vehicle and the ball unit. I will need the trailer to have the ball-type connector with the socket on the trailer, as indicated.

Thanks!

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I can make a tow ball reciever for you if you want. I use and RC plane ball joint and it works well. I put on in for you anyway.

Peter
 
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