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cowboy bob 2

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  • Joined: 8/31/2004
  • Location: Lancaster, PA
Cowboy Bob 2 Business Sat, 05/28/05 4:26 PM (permalink)
Check this out

http://www.cowboybob.4t.com/pictures.htm

With a big thanks to Uncle Vic

I just ordered a S/S 3 comp w/boards on each
It will look great in my trailer only 18in wide by 5 ft long.
when you look at the picts some are before and some are after. the pict with the back porch is now finished as an addition 6x3 ft.Soon I am going to put another axel under it. It was 6x10 when I bought it, now 6x15, still cheeper than a new one, to remodel it.
Basic enclosed trailer was 3,500, add2ft to front (think 5th wheel) $300. add 3 ft to rear $500.
Later cowboy bob 2
 
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