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Old 01-20-2012, 06:36 PM   #1
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Restored Eriba Puck pop top. Looks nice

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Old 01-21-2012, 08:48 AM   #2
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Danny,
I'm sorely TEMPTED.
I'd give anything for it's shape and it's original turquoise appliances (the stove and fridge are usually long gone, when one of these Pucks comes up for sale).
Sometimes I kick myself for passing on the two that came my way: one was restored by a Portland man and the other was in rough shape in Dallas, OR (though neither had the turquoise beauties). Damn.
Maybe when I'm having my DEUTSCHE family reunion this summer, I'll check out how much it would cost me to have a new one shipped to Manzanita...
They are not called trailers BUT 'Caravans', in Europe.
Hmmm...better check my garage, again, to see whether there's not an extra tiny spot for this 'lil 'Caravan Cutie'.
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Bbuehler,
It sounds like one is in your future. When I was first looking at getting a trailer to restore, I found one in Portland that needed a lot of work, but really liked the shape of the pop up and how everything was arranged inside. The only thing iffy was that I'm 6'-3" tall and getting in and out the door was interesting. Good luck on your search.
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Old 01-21-2012, 10:27 AM   #4
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This looks like a beauty! The description says it can be pulled by a bike. Is that possible? What size motorcycle would you need to have to pull an 800 lb. trailer reliably?
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