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Custom trailer designed to aerodynamically fit behind a Porsche with the least amount of drag and to be stood up against wall to save space, LED tail lights and Porsche twisty wheels. 400lbs

Price Drop - Asking $1999. We paid 6K to design, license and have fabricated by Bear Trailer Sports.

Great for Auto X and Track Days or any just wanting a great trailer to move around tools and tires.

A few have labeled it the "Cyber Trailer".

Pick up would be required and it has a CA license plate and registration. Trailer is in Seattle WA, come and get it or we can ship it.



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Very nice looking unit. Well built and not that it isn't worth it but over designed and over priced for my pocketbook.
I converted a Harbor Freight build it yourself trailer for $220 added a $50 toolbox and used it for probably 16 years before I sold it with the car.
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"over designed" German Engineering in the house!

With over $100K in the Cayman we built up, we just didn't want to pull a ~$270 trailer carrying $7-10K in parts across the country. Just a personal choice.

Thanks for having a look!
 

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Did you run the salt flats ?
 

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Did you run the salt flats ?
Rained out, but we did get in a non official, non sanctioned dry run after the Porsche Parade. Over 12 miles we got up to 172mph before having lift. There was a little more left in it but I think we were bumping into the top of the gear. Took Months to get all the salt out.... but was well worth it for a once in a lifetime experience.
 

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