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George Albright

F/S: Crosley sized and year vintage trailer restored for hauling and show. Must see photos!

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1940's vintage sprint car or midget racer trailer fully restored. Perfect Crosley hauler!!! The ramps have "Bethlehem" for Bethlehem Steel cast in them in several places! Found in Milwaukee, Wisc. with a 1940s sprint car years ago in a barn. I fully restored it late last year. Fully sandblasted and 4 coats of paint. New axle, springs, rims and tires. New tongue, winch, wiring, and ramps included. New beautiful wood with old school look, and West Epoxy on it. Tracks wonderfully! My 1940s 94 inch sprint car fits perfectly on it.(see photo) (GREAT display piece with your racer car on it at car and race car shows!)The overall length of the trailer is 180 inches. The length of the drive on rails is 120 inches. The drive on rails are 12 inches wide at the very back, narrowing down to 10 inches wide for most of the rails. From the outside of the drive on rail to the outside of the opposite drive on rail is 64 inches wide. From the center of the drive on rail to the center of the opposite drive on rail is 56 inches.Trailer ramps are included with it.I have $3,800 in the purchase, transportation, and restoration on it. These are getting virtually impossible to find! Superb display piece to go with your vintage 1930s to 1950s racer race speedster, Model A, B, T, flathead Ford, motorcycle etc. Price is $2,950. Possible free Hershey delivery by pulling it. George Albright, Ocala, Fla. - Cell 352 843 1624 - Email;<!-- google_ad_section_end -->





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