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HotDogopolis

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Help me identify this cart Sat, 07/6/13 6:44 PM (permalink)
Hi doggers,
 
I am thinking about adding a 2nd cart to the fleet. I looked at this cart (see attached image). It was beautiful, and basically like new, but I could not find any manufacturer information on the cart. Have any of you guys ever seen a cart like this one? I want to do a bit of research before buying this cart.
 

 
Thanks!
Greg
<message edited by HotDogopolis on Sat, 07/6/13 6:47 PM>
 
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    HotDogopolis

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    Re:Help me identify this cart Sat, 07/6/13 6:50 PM (permalink)
    Well it looks like I can't post image links as I have not made enough posts to the forum. Dang! I'll have to find another way to get you guys the image. Any suggestions?
     
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      HotDogopolis

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      Re:Help me identify this cart Sat, 07/6/13 6:53 PM (permalink)
      OK, try this: (httpscolonslashslashdot)skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=53F1D20861AE221E!146&authkey=!AHzcbYxdzdUWEUE
       
       
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        BpCBlake

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        Re:Help me identify this cart Sat, 07/6/13 8:42 PM (permalink)
        never seen one like that. it looks like a build it yerself cart. or a concesions cart someone mounted on a trailer. like those you see in hotel casinos.
         
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          HotDogopolis

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          Re:Help me identify this cart Sat, 07/6/13 8:52 PM (permalink)
          I'm stumped. It's not on a DOT trailer... it's strictly a pushcart. I would need to load the cart on to a trailer. It's not a homebuilt, unless the builder was VERY talented. The fit and finish is just too nice. It's professional. Thanks for looking!
           
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            BpCBlake

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            Re:Help me identify this cart Sat, 07/6/13 11:01 PM (permalink)
            could have been special for someone too. I have seen coffee carts that look simular. you would have to look outside near the bottom or inside for a id tag. otherwise someone could have had it built custom. it is nice. if it's just bolted to the trailer you can look at like harbor freight for a road certified trailer and put it on that. But if it is just a push cart you will have to mod the canopy so it will go down for transporting. thats why I said it looks like a catering cart for conventions and stuff. like this one here: http://lasvegas.craigslist.org/bar/3914478160.html 
            but someone mounted it on a trailor. good idea, but it's a huge heavy cart.
             
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