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Post by jlgsail » Mon Jan 18, 2021 12:02 pm

Looking for a trailer for my "51 Chris Craft 18 Foot Riviera. Would prefer a two axial used unit in fairly good condition that I can tow back to Los Angeles and would prefer a unit located on the west coast. I am still working on restoring the boat and in no immediate rush.

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Post by Matt Smith » Tue Jan 19, 2021 7:52 am

You can rent a flatbead from Uhaul and put it on a cradle. Borrow a trailer to tow it. Then when you are done restoring it, get a new trailer. The trailer you buy now will sit, and be a waste. If you need something for it to sit on in your shop. Classic Boat Connection has some great rolling cradles. And saves a ton of space and hell moving the boat around
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Re: TRAILER

Post by jlgsail » Tue Jan 19, 2021 5:04 pm

Hi Matt, Thank you for your response. I guess my ad was confusing, the boat is currently on a cart now as it is being restored.
I am looking for a trailer for when the restoration is complete and then I want to move it onto a trailer from the cart.

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