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Chris Taylor
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and came home with this:
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I'm pretty stoked I won't have to mess with an open trailer to go to a race anymore AND can put more than 1 car in an enclosed trailer. [yep]

Who wants to go to Hallett in July?

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Nice!

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Did you get the milk? [Big Grin]
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Did you remember the milk?

I'll probably be at Hallett in July, so I'll be looking for you. I suggest you bring an ice-chest for the milk. It's pretty dang hot in Oklahoma in July.

PS: All you NASA and SCCA SM racers should make it a point to race at Hallett this season with COMMA (Competition Motorsports Association). They run at the end of each month (March - October), Saturday and Sunday, with races on Sunday.

Great track. Great owners. Great workers. Great SM Racers - Matt Reynolds, Casey Zanderbergen, and Roger Bryan, to name a few. There's even 87-year-old Ned driving an SM! A great time.

I think the track record there is 1:28 or something. But there are SMs running as slow as 1:40 there too, so you'll definitely have someone to race with. Come join us! And don't forget the milk!

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What length trailer is that?

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I'm going to guess its at least 48'

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Chris Taylor
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Yup, 48'... and 6'1" interior height. I'm 6'2". May try to sell it locally and trade up to something a little taller and with some amenities (this thing is empty aside from 200 feet of e-track) but now's not really the time to sell a trailer like this for top dollar. It'll work fine for me right now though, will fit 2 full size cars and either the Sports2000 or an FVee/First. Unfortunately its so short I can't stack the sports racer/formula cars but beggars can't be choosers.

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