We’re having a Boler
Open House and you’re invited!
Who are we?
Tom McMahon, Kelly Klick, Jack Klick, Dianne Klick, Jacob, Patrick and Kendra
What’s the point?
After two years of renovation, we now have the Boler
trailer of our dreams to match the Klick family 1953 Mercury pick-up truck (Mercury pick-ups were made and sold only in Canada)! We’ve been blabbing on and on about our Boler
for so long, we thought we would let you know it’s finally done! We’re so excited we want to show them off! If you, or anyone you know, is interested in or just curious about old pick-up trucks, old fiberglass trailers or renovation projects, or simply want to say hello, this is your chance to have a look at what we’ve been up to!
What’s a “Boler”?
Boler trailers were invented in Winnipeg by Ray Olecko in the 1968 when he realized that the light-weight septic tanks he was inventing could be turned upside down and put on wheels! Bolers were produced from 1968 to 1988, and several similar fiberglass trailer companies followed. They are named Bolers because they resemble a Boler hat. Ours is a 13 foot, 1975 trailer.
Sunday, June 22 from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Fort Rouge Leisure Centre parking lot at 625 Osborne Street and Kylemore
NO NEED TO RSVP. EVERYONE WELCOME.