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F.S. 3-glider trailer

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Old September 29th 06, 11:29 AM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
Nigel Pocock
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Default F.S. 3-glider trailer

This trailer was specially built by Shirenewton trailers in the UK to take =20=
gliders and fit inside a standard shipping container. Each October the owner=
loaded his glider and two others and towed the trailer to Southampton=20
container port where it was loaded in a container and shipped to New Zealan=
d. At the=20
other end it was unloaded and towed to omerama for the summer.=20
Aluminium construction with composite side panels it measures 9.7m x 2.15m =20
high x 2.3m wide and can be towed by a 4x4 easily.
Ideal for somebody importing or exporting gliders, international=20
competitions, a side by side 2 seater, microlights etc.
View Lasham Uk =A34500 or offers
Nigel 01256 354652, 0776 140 2680


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