1956 Hicks Mobileliner 28'

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Rough (Two Stars) - Typically has major body issues, Mechanical issues, some of which may have been repaired recently, Rust is likely
Panama City Florida
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This is a very special personal trailer... THE very first vintage trailer I ever purchased! It is a very hard decision but I am forced to sell this trailer as it was damaged by Hurricane Michael (as was 7 others I own). I just have no time to devote to this trailer with so many others that are in need of repair, rebuilding my home, and continuing recover with my business that also suffered from Hurricane Michael. Attached are photos of this 1956 Hicks Mobiliner 28’. Photos on this ad show current condition. (https://www.flickr.com/photos/heintz_designs_trailer_restorations/albums/72157625615082546 here are photos pre hurricane and show what this trailer looked like before it was damaged and what it could look like once again with a lot of work) Trailer will need new rims/tires as well as new leaf springs on curbside or a new axles completely would be best as it does still have the original axle. Hicks Trailers were a luxury brand when new and the best build wooden framed trailers that I have ever come across. This trailer needs a lot of work but could be awesome once again with a restoration. She is tough and showed just how well she is built, she survived 161 mph sustained winds for three straight hours with gust around 200+ mph and the only damage was from wind blown debris and a medium sized pecan tree that fell on the solid plywood/aluminum roof surface and just causing some tears in the metal. There is a clear FL title
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