I’m still in the process of trying to get her to go see the whales in Baja. Unfortunately she’s had a few sips of the Cartel Kool-Aid!
Lil history, we actually had a beach casita there with never a problem in over a decade.
Maybe she’s just jaded.
I bought a ‘04 TJ Rubicon as a “toad” for my r.v. several months back. 4.0L (62K mi.), 5 spd manual & lift kit. Other than that, pretty stock. I’ve managed to put on 3K mi. & I think it’s pretty decent on pavement & off-road.
After several Jeep YouTubes I’ve added a few mods & contemplating...
The Sterling Willys is indeed very similar. One difference noted is how the Cushman (?) fenders are away from the body. There appears to be body -filler where the one metal strap at the top meets the body.
Ya know...if it's a mongrel, I'm o.k. with that.
New question...why are VW wheels on this thing ( I owned an '81 VW Caddy back in the day. These are the exact same wheels)? Because they fit & the originals were missing?
So there goes my Pawn Stars $$$!
I'll check out the Sterling Willys. Thx.
Measurements are 11 1/4" X 6" ea.
I suppose if you were to remove the spare tire, that could be a possibility. There's no way a Jerry can would fit with it positioned as it sits.
The CA DMV owner registration shows the year "0000". It doesn't even mention Cushman, only "trailer"...
@ Correus: Beats me too??? What do you think of the various paint shades? I wouldn't think those could be primers, could they?
Wasn't sure how to contact "hobbytech.com", as I don't see a "contact us" link. Thx.
And even a few more pics...coming up...
Unable to locate a plate/tag of any sort like are found on military vehicle (removed?).
Q: Is this normal construction for such a small trailer? Interesting.
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