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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 10-07-2007, 06:47 PM Thread Starter
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I had to match my scrubs

For those of you that know or have seen me at the track, you know that I wear scrubs all the time when I am not in the leathers. To match them, yep... you guessed it - the new hauler.

More room then I know what to do with. I took pics with the decals because they are coming off this evening. The Condor chock goes in tomorrow and the custom ramp gets built thereafter.

Future plans include a microwave, combo tv/dvd player and an awning.

Picture coming soon... have to re-size them. Be right back.
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Add a roof top AC. It is so nice to sit inside and cool off a little bit. We have one of the coleman power saver units. http://www.campingworld.com/browse/s...U/skunum=16332

It will keep our trailer 20-30 deg cooler than the ambient temp and at night can get darn cold. A Black 24' is on the large size for it but it shure is nice.

We just started fitting a awning enclosure. With some I/O carpeting, we should have a comfy living area.

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Here's the inside for now. Sad thing is, I get it all done just to admire it over the off season and add the goodies. It won't make it to Putnam cause someone else is driving.
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how much does a trailor and ac like yours cost 5axis?..mike i think? guess ya got wink hooked on the aprilia , It'd be cool if i could get something like that after college, or during, if i can get a nice job

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Dean that things looks awesome. When you told me how old it was, i thought it would look much worse. that thing looks mint. Nice find!




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how much does a trailor and ac like yours cost 5axis?..mike i think? guess ya got wink hooked on the aprilia , It'd be cool if i could get something like that after college, or during, if i can get a nice job
The AC units are about $600 and are easy to install.
The trailer cost too much! We found ours used with the AC and awning included. The issue with trailers are, everything is a option and the $$$$ add up very fast! People come in and out of motorsports, sometimes quickly and often. Finding used stuff can save you a fortune.

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Add a roof top AC. It is so nice to sit inside and cool off a little bit.
It already has separate A/C for the rear box and an exhaust vent.

[/QUOTE] Automatic awnings are awesome![/QUOTE]

This is next but it depends on what I can mount. The outer side lights will come in handy to light up a late evening camp site so I am not sure if it will be worth getting an awning that will only fit between the lights.

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Dean that things looks awesome. When you told me how old it was, i thought it would look much worse. that thing looks mint. Nice find!
It will be in the driveway all day getting worked on. Swing by to take a look.

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Dean, that is FAR too COOL!!

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Nice Dean-Congrats! How did you find something like that?

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Its better to come TO the track in one of those things. I think that's a pretty awesome idea.

Did you find any left over goodies inside that you can sell for extra track $$?
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Did you find any left over goodies inside that you can sell for extra track $$?
The only thing left in there was the cot lock down system, but I am pretty sure it is out of date. I am still going to eBay it - there is probably someone out there restoring one of these.

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Chock installed and no more ambulance lettering or insignia. Think it turned out pretty good.
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Its better to come TO the track in one of those things.
I was gonna say... you want to leave in an ambulance every trackday? It is freaking cool looking though! Niiiice!




Just saw the updated pictures. Best. Motorcycle. Hauler. EVER!! That is sweet man.

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That is one of the sweetest single, (can it do double?) bike haulers ever. Im jealous
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Chock installed and no more ambulance lettering or insignia. Think it turned out pretty good.
damn that thing looks GOOD! i'm jealous

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does it still have the opticon? any chance you want to sell it?




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Are you sure it's road worthy Dean? If not, I can take it on a long trip for ya!

Looks cool! Your logos on the side and it will be way pimp!

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That is one of the sweetest single, (can it do double?) bike haulers ever. Im jealous
The bench on the right is actually very big. If that was not there, you would get two in without a problem and maybe three staggered.

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Nice hauler!

I've got a donor microwave, a bit large though ~ "30 x 17 ceiling/cabinet mount you can have.
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Nice hauler!

I've got a donor microwave, a bit large though ~ "30 x 17 ceiling/cabinet mount you can have.
When I am ready for that install I will keep you in mind. The way I am looking at it right now, it might be a bit on the large size for where I plan on putting one but we'll see.

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Something about that gives me the creeps..maybe my last ride in one has something to do with it.

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