This past year I bought a really neat enclosed trailer for my Amphi.
Some of you may have seen it at Celina.
It's a 16' all-aluminum, dual axle, disc brakes, surge brakes.
The enclosure is 5.5' tall and 6.5' wide & 16' long.
Perfect for an Amphi!!!
The front & rear open for easy access to the front & rear of the car.
See the attached jpg picture of it for a better idea.
The name of the place that made it is:
723 Hwy W
Allenton Wi 53002
Till later.............Ken Roy
Is this the triton trailer com which makes trailers for snowmobiles,
motorcycles etc. This must not be for cars but seems towork fine. I ask
because I know the folks there and do business with them. I'm curious about
the trailer. It looks real nice.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ken 'KD' Roy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 25, 2001 2:38 PM
Subject: [amphicar-lovers] Amphi trailer
> This past year I bought a really neat enclosed trailer for my Amphi.
> Some of you may have seen it at Celina.
> It's a 16' all-aluminum, dual axle, disc brakes, surge brakes.
> The enclosure is 5.5' tall and 6.5' wide & 16' long.
> Perfect for an Amphi!!!
> The front & rear open for easy access to the front & rear of the car.
> See the attached jpg picture of it for a better idea.
> The name of the place that made it is:
> Triton Corp
> 723 Hwy W
> Allenton Wi 53002
> Till later.............Ken Roy
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I think you'll be very happy with your plan of securing Amphi. I have been
very happy with how mine works....(which is like you are talking about, and
others have referred to).
I have some info on my web page at: www.amphicar.net/amphi/trail.html
Loads and unloads quick, too!
Doug Parsons has more of a "sling" method that loads and unloads even
quicker. I haven't looked closely, but it looks like it would hold as good
as the straps I use, but maybe easier to put on and off because they hook
over the top of the tire from the side. Doug can of course tell you more.
I am delivering a car out east to Connecticut and could deliver an
aluminum trailer to someone on the way for a much discounted
rate. Since it is the end of the season, I will discount the trailer
by $500. This is your chance to buy a custom aluminum Amphi
trailer at the lowest price possible.
I would also consider hauling a car back very inexpensively.