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Old 08-27-2001, 07:22 AM
BobBranam BobBranam is offline
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Event Trailer For Sale

Three year old 8.5x20 with extra height airconditioned twin axle electric brakes consession trailer complete with Dell 800 mhz and 512 megs of ram. Also included is (1) 1270 (1) 870 epsons, (2) Nikon D1's, (1) 70-300 ZOOM LENS (1) 35-85 Lens. (1) card reader, (2) 340 meg IBM CF. (1) 30 amp Generator (runs for 12 hours on a tank) (1) queen size bed, (1) paper cutter. This is a turn key operation ready to go. Delivered within 1000 miles for $16,000.00




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Old 08-27-2001, 09:35 PM
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I assume this is a bumper pull, not a gooseneck or 5th wheel?

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Old 08-28-2001, 05:02 AM
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Yes it is a Tag-a-long trailer with dual axles and elec. brakes. Doors in the rear and on curb side RV Door. Concession Window on the side that raises up with lift up glass windows and screens. Insulation in the ceiling. Six 20 amp electric recept. on the walls. RV airconditioning.

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Old 08-28-2001, 09:51 AM
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Re: Event Trailer For Sale

Bob,

Where can we see some pics of this trailer?

Thanks,

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Old 08-28-2001, 10:25 AM
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I will try to get some taken this afternoon. I think I know a guy with a digital camera....that was suppose to be funny....

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Old 08-28-2001, 01:54 PM
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Re: Event Trailer For Sale

Is anyone using their office trailers as RV's as well? - looks like Bob is if he's including a bed with his [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] If so, is there any one manufacturer that does this better than others?

I have a heck of a time keeping mine clean, might put a couple of floor drains in it next time!

Also, for my next trailer I'll probably put in built in shelving - are you folks having Pace, et. al. put this stuff in, or having it built afterwards?

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Joe

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Old 08-28-2001, 02:18 PM
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Joe I am on the road every weekend and I hate pulling in after a ten hour trip and starting work which is a all day/weekend deal. So I built a bed with a real mattress in the front and added DISH tv as well. I carry a grill and refrigeratorl. My trailer is a cargo trailer manufactured in the beginning to be a concesson stand. The lady that ordered it new had a stoke before delivery and I bought it. I have powersprayed it out several times over the past several years. That is why I don't use a RV. My second trailer is a 14' cargo trailer as well custom made with cabinets/counters with drawers with latches to keep things from flying around. The new trailer which I just found out will be ready for pickup noon thurs. is a gooseneck cargo trailer made by express line which is totally custom built to my specs for the business with living quarters up front, built in generator just like the RVs use.....I prefer the cargo style...because I haul with me a golf cart or fourwheeler and it is easier to clean. You are so right a drain would not be bad.

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