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Unusual race car hauler
Topic Started: Nov 3 2009, 09:59 AM (3,093 Views)
Gary66
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Late 1970's at Conway,SC track or Myrtle Beach track when it was dirt.
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carl
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First time Ive seen this hauler,I built a Caddilac hauler awhile back for my modified.

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:lol: :lol: :lol:

Those are some COOL HAULERS!!!!!!!!!!! (Might as well "go in style" if you can AFFORD to!!!!!!!!!!) rr21 rr21

GARY: So..... You gonna BUILD "one of these"????????????

CARL: PLUMB COOL!!!!!!!!!!!! (I guess that you're the "first one on the block" with a "Caddy Hauler"?????????!!!!!!!!!!!!) fbr fbr :))) :)))

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I dont know if you guys realize that the cool thing about that Eldorado is that it is front wheel drive! We used to have a guy that Ran out at Speedway 7, a dirt track in Connneaut, Ohio. His tow vehicle was a Toronado, same vintage. He removed the rear tires and would pull his trailer with his Reese weight distributing hitch. It was a site to see!!!!! :(
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Far out! Carl, your build is the first thing that came to mind when I opened this picture!
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now that is just the awsome :))) clutch
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fireguy14,Nov 4 2009
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Far out! Carl, your build is the first thing that came to mind when I opened this picture!

Thats exactly what I thought!!! Great job Carl, and also great job for posting this pic... pretty cool to have seen this in person I bet? fbr
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Nice build talk about getting to the track in style and if you've had a really bad night you can cruise home in super comfort. And now you've given me an idea for what to do with an old johan Heavenly Hearse kit that I've had for over 30 years and didn't know what to do with it.

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:))) :))) :))) fbr
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:))) :))) :))) fbr
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thats pretty cool!! haulers r just as cool as race cars!!
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john54
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Very nice jsm
I remember seeing one similar to this at Pennsboro Speedway which was a dirt track in West Virgina when I was a kid. Love the tire rack you added, I bet the ones to used this style hauler in real life wish they had thought of that. wnw fant
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