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Re: Trailering

Postby mge825y » Sun Feb 16, 2020 2:50 pm

Yeah - I need to do some trailer weight math for my tow vehicle. Not my best nor favorite subject. But like everything else Lincoln-related, you just got to dig deep and figure it out.
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Re: Trailering

Postby Barry Wolk » Mon Nov 30, 2020 8:21 am

action wrote:I have seen the trailer when it was being built. The back end was cut off and was being modified to make the entry doors. It was crashed once on the way to a show with his Mark II inside. The Mark was not damaged much.

At the time I had an Airstream and Barry's build made it to the Airstream Forums.

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The Porsche was inside, not the Mark II. It was built for the Mark II, but I never put it inside.
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