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Old 06-21-2020, 08:23 AM   #21
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What year is this Boler?

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Old 06-21-2020, 09:21 AM   #22
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Really a Boler??

The mold appears identical to the one used to produce Amerigo trailers. Amerigo sold shells to Liberty Coach (?) and apparently to Boler as well. For Boler it was a way of filling a gap in their product line without the expense of developing molds from scratch. For Amerigo it was a way to utilize excess production capacity. Such relationships are typically short-lived, so itís not surprising only a few exist.

Iím remembering when Ford sold re-branded Mazdas to fill their subcompact gap and Mazda sold re-branded Explorers and Escapes to fill their SUV gap. Many others did the same. Even now I seem to recall the current Toyota Yaris is a rebranded Mazda 2.

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