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Mullins Trailer

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Hello, I am looking for a restored or restorable Mullins Trailer. If anyone knows of any could you let me know. Thanks 402-699-7442

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Are you a member of the Mullins Owners Club?

You can reach them at;

P.O. Box 387

Hardy, AR 72542

Phone: 870 710-2886

The dues are $17.00 from July to June.

Wilsonce@aol.com

There will be ads for original and reproduction fiberglass trailers as well as parts and body panels.

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I have an unrestored original in Michigan near Traverse City. Stored indoors. Not as sharp as the blue shown here, but less money at $4500.00. I have the original hubcaps as well, stainless steel, not bad but need restoring. Phone 231-271-3131

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This certainly illustrates the power of the AACA Forum. Two good examples offered in less than 48 hours!!!!

I have always loved these trailers and they do look great behind 30s and 40s era cars. I have one for my 1937 Ford coupe and am amazed how solid yet light weight it is. You can't even tell its behind the car when you are going down the road. I recently took the combo to a local swap meet and was amazed how many parts I was able to fit in the trailer.

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The latest edition of Hemmings Classic Car features a Hupmobile with a Mullins trailer. Same comments from that owner, a great trailer to own and use.

Terry

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I just bought an original Mullins, but it needs the lid and tailgate (and transport from Ohio to Colo). Anyone know where I can find a correct steel lid? Fiberglass will work for now, but I prefer original if possible.

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post-107797-143143025127_thumb.jpgI have a 37 Mullins Redcap with tag number 2631. It's in good condition; towable, has original hubs and possibly tires (they are bias tires) original hinges, latches and lift arms, and hitch. Please call 304-927-6475 if you like more info. We are in Spencer WV. My email is bigalmtc@yahoo.com. We are asking 3500 OBO. Call - make offer - looking to sell!!!

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