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jbrish 08-04-2018 06:56 PM

New Biggar owner!
 
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Hello all, I've been stealthily scanning your forums and how-
to's for the last week to better educate myself before buying. We pulled the trigger today, so we are the proud new owners of a 1978 Biggar! She's in need of some TLC, but we love her. I've got a few manuals that are not in the document center too, so I'll make sure to scan them and upload them in the week or so.

WaltP 08-05-2018 10:41 AM

Congrats on your find. We'd all appreciate more pics as you spiff her up.

Nice tug, too.

Walt

Wayne Collins 08-05-2018 12:10 PM

Biggar not Bigger?
 
So, was the Biggar made in Biggar, SK?

Being a Saskatcewanian I know there is such a place.

WC

Civilguy 08-05-2018 12:48 PM

I like the way the squared-off lines of the trailer go with the Ridgeline's...

...maybe do a quick repaint of the lower panel of the trailer to match the truck - ? : )

jbrish 08-05-2018 12:50 PM

Thanks, will do!
My understanding is these trailers were built in Winnipeg by Bob Biggar who used to work at Boler. Perhaps he's from SK.

jbrish 08-05-2018 01:01 PM

It definitely needs paint! I agree it seems to match the Ridgeline's shape well. We're planning to paint in the spring depending on cash flow, so lots of time to decide on colour.


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