Hello Hello Shredne
I have been soo soo busy and this is the first time i have logged on to view the website. I Am so very sorry i didnt get your message back in July.
i Have a 1970 Rambler that i was working on most of the summer. It was a 100 rebuild and with the virus, it was a crazy summer. then i have a 68 scotty Hilander that i am putting back together now.
i hope you were able to get the apeco from san fran to connecticut.
My tires were the 15 inch 4 bolt pattern, i assume your are too. I didnt use any trailer brakes. My title hs the weight listed about 2000 lbs. '
While i finish the scotty i keep researching Star trek and shittle, gallileo
How is your Summer going? Are you working on the Apeco or are you relaxing and enjoying things?
If you have been working on your trailer I'm sure everyone would like to see some photos. Have you run into any unexpected problems? Finished gutting it?
Just curious. I can't wait to get mine. Hopefully I'll be picking it up later this month.
Lisa, I'm hoping to pick up my Apeco Small World sometime this month. I'm getting ready to tow it and I need some advice. I will buy new tires. What kind did you get? Do you have any idea how much the trailer weighs? Does it have electric brakes? Any brakes? Please let me know if you have any advice. I'll send pictures when I get "Small World"!
I live in Connecticut. You live in Ohio. That's the main reason I didn't get in my car and go get it.
I'm also planning something like the Star Trek Shuttlecraft. Let's keep in touch and compare notes as we go along.