(MARRS-RX7) Fwd: Trailer FS: 16' Dively closed deck with extras

Bill 77
Mon Jun 7 17:03:14 CEST 2010


If anybody is interested, please contact the seller directly:

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15' (16') Ducktail Dively auto trailer (about 10 years old)
*Closed* steel deck
Electric brakes
7k tongue w/3500lb axles
Big lockable diamond plate aluminum storage box (not a generic plastic box)
Sway controller (which worked VERY well given its size)
Hitch ball with the sway controller attachment will be included
New spare tire mounted to the trailer
Manual winch setup.
I've also bolted some "steps" to the deck so that lowered cars can  
still open the doors without ripping the paint off the bottom of the  
door.
Some wooden ramp extensions I used to help with loading cars with  
really low front ends...like my FD or my ITS 2nd gen RX7 racecar. They  
fit nicely up front behind the storage box when in transit.

I've never had any issues with this trailer. It tows well, looks good  
with very little rust, tires are decent, and overall it suited my cars  
perfectly. Divelys are very popular and you see them all over and  
widely used. They are fabricated in PA.

http://www.econotrailer.com/Full.html

$1750 for everything above. This is a $2700 setup if purchased new.
PM or email: crispyrx7 at yahoo.com
Regards,
Crispy

PS I think it goes without saying this is pick-up only unless other  
arrangements are made

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   - Bill
     SRX7 #77 "Tacit Blue"         Go Racing NOW!
     Forest Hill, MD            http://SpecRX7.com/

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Please forward to anyone who might be looking.
Thanks,
Crispy

15' (16') Ducktail Dively auto trailer (about 10 years old)
*Closed* steel deck
Electric brakes
7k tongue w/3500lb axles
Big lockable diamond plate aluminum storage box (not a generic plastic box)
Sway controller (which worked VERY well given its size)
Hitch ball with the sway controller attachment will be included
New spare tire mounted to the trailer
Manual winch setup.
I've also bolted some "steps" to the deck so that lowered cars can still open the doors without ripping the paint off the bottom of the door.
Some wooden ramp extensions I used to help with loading cars with really low front ends...like my FD or my ITS 2nd gen RX7 racecar. They fit nicely up front behind the storage box when in transit.

I've never had any issues with this trailer. It tows well, looks good with very little rust, tires are decent, and overall it suited my cars perfectly. Divelys are very popular and you see them all over and widely used. They are fabricated in PA.

http://www.econotrailer.com/Full.html

$1750 for everything above. This is a $2700 setup if purchased new.
PM or email: crispyrx7 at yahoo.com<mailto:crispyrx7 at yahoo.com>
Regards,
Crispy

PS I think it goes without saying this is pick-up only unless other arrangements are made

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