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Old 10-28-2015, 09:10 PM   #1
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looking for a Polish Built Cadet N-126 FG trailer

Looking for a Polish Built FG Cadet N-126 Trailer with pop up roof. We are located in British Columbia, Canada. Needs to be without problems so we can just hook up and hit the road. Needs to come with the 2 burner stove, sink, furnace, 2-3 way Fridge, Propane, Battery (propane bottle should be current), electric, place to store Porta Pottie, 8-10gallon water tank, with hand pump, outside water & power hook up, in case we can afford the luxury of a Camp Ground. If u send email I can send a picture of what it is.
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Old 10-28-2015, 09:57 PM   #2
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Old 10-29-2015, 01:11 AM   #3
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Old 10-29-2015, 11:07 AM   #4
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stude, best of luck. And the price you're willing to pay is--?
There's a very interesting silver-colored little rig on sale on this forum under For Sale for $8500, though it's not a Cadet, it's very light--and really silvery! Looks to be in super shape, but on a vintage rig, download the buyer's checklists and pay close attention!


Glenn Baglo--we like your quote...we always thought we ate the hole when we ate the cheese. Hence, it gets eaten, that's where it goes. Can't say it has much flavor. Usually needs a little cheese to make it good.
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Old 10-29-2015, 01:14 PM   #5
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$8500 to much for us.

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stude, best of luck. And the price you're willing to pay is--?
There's a very interesting silver-colored little rig on sale on this forum under For Sale for $8500, though it's not a Cadet, it's very light--and really silvery! Looks to be in super shape, but on a vintage rig, download the buyer's checklists and pay close attention!


Glenn Baglo--we like your quote...we always thought we ate the hole when we ate the cheese. Hence, it gets eaten, that's where it goes. Can't say it has much flavor. Usually needs a little cheese to make it good.
Thanks for getting back so quickly but as we have all winter to look we can wait to see if one shows up somewhere in our area. Have lead on a Beachcomber right now but might be to heavy for our Vehicles, were limited to 1500 pounds loaded. and 800#'s in Tow Vehicle. So this is reason for Cadet. I would think no more than $6000 but less would be more Preferable.
I did own a 1986 Bigfoot once and towed with 1963 3/4 ton Studebaker Champ Pickup but found the unit to wide and heavy in wind.
We now own a 1999 Rexhal (Vision) Motor Home, this trailer would be for my sister in Law who also owns similar tow vehicle. We tow a 1996 Suzuki X90 behind the MH
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stude, best of luck. And the price you're willing to pay is--?
There's a very interesting silver-colored little rig on sale on this forum under For Sale for $8500, though it's not a Cadet, it's very light--and really silvery! Looks to be in super shape, but on a vintage rig, download the buyer's checklists and pay close attention!


Glenn Baglo--we like your quote...we always thought we ate the hole when we ate the cheese. Hence, it gets eaten, that's where it goes. Can't say it has much flavor. Usually needs a little cheese to make it good.
I forgot to mention that price has to be in Canadian Dollars because the US Dollar and the Canadian Dollar are no longer Par, or unless the US price of the trailer is low enough that we can afford it.
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I forgot to mention that price has to be in Canadian Dollars because the US Dollar and the Canadian Dollar are no longer Par, or unless the US price of the trailer is low enough that we can afford it.
Yes, understood, there are several things that are universal when considering a trailer: weight, price, condition, and configuration.


Best of luck; it's great to find just what you want, because it's not all that easy!
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Did you ever find a cadet prespol to buy?
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Old 06-18-2016, 12:46 PM   #10
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Cadet's are like trying to find a needle in a Haystack!

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Did you ever find a cadet prespol to buy?
: one only finds the needle when out there frolicking in the hay with the Farmers daughter!
No we have never found one but who knows one day maybe as we now have a SUV that can tow upto 3000#'s and climb mountains to boot with trailer attached.
Were not limited to the kind of light weight trailer anymore. The Lynden, WA moulded trailer show and shine is only 3 months away and there will be Studebaker s there to boot as they are holding their show and shine with them on the Saturday so will be a really good show this year.
One day one will show up.
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