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    1966 Flat-bottom Trailer - Located in So-Cal (Covina, Ca.) - $1100.00 - Call Lynn @ (626) 966-7713 - voice only !! -used as a yard trailer for many years - low mileage - Bill of sale only! (PS - wheels and tires are from a 1965 Ford Mustang - bring your own wheels and tires for a $100.00 discount !!)
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    Looks like a Mr. Ed!

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    [QUOTE=progas;4483383]Looks like a Mr. Ed![/QUOTE It very well could be - it was brought to a boat repair shop with a Rayson-craft LP on it for repair in the late '60s from Arizona. The boat owner later passed away leaving the boat and trailer to the shop. The shop used the trailer as a yard trailer. The boat was never repaired and was sold without the trailer. Trailer comes with a Bill of Sale and a Statement of Facts.

    Lynn



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    [QUOTE=Lynn (Pie) Youngs;4483459][QUOTE=progas;4483383]Looks like a Mr. Ed![/QUOTE It very well could be - it was brought to a boat repair shop with a Rayson-craft LP on it for repair in the late '60s from Arizona. The boat owner later passed away leaving the boat and trailer to the shop. The shop used the trailer as a yard trailer. The boat was never repaired and was sold without the trailer. Trailer comes with a Bill of Sale and a Statement of Facts.

    Lynn


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