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1985air345

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Posted: 10/20/13 07:00pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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Anyone recognize the make of this trailer?

http://viewrvs.com/blog/2013/10/20/unknown-trailer/


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OH!! Ohhhh!! I know... it's a "Duck Dynasty" model!!!!... LOL It's definitely got that "canned ham" look.

Sorry I don't know for sure.. the paint job is doing a good job of camouflaging what the heck it really is. I'm sure someone will be along to help you find your answer.

I do think it's cute as heck. Is the inside finished?
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It's an "ESECBA"- once plentiful but now fast vanishing from American backyards and barnyards. (This last due in many cases to complaints from the neighbors/Zoning Authorities).


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Looks homemade to me.


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Francesca Knowles wrote:

It's an "ESECBA"- once plentiful but now fast vanishing from American backyards and barnyards. (This last due in many cases to complaints from the neighbors/Zoning Authorities).


Can you elaborate on the "ESECBA" acronym? I am not familiar with that one.

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Did you check the Tin Can Tourists website?

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