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Tailgate Trailer – Precision Car Restoration https://old.precisioncarrestoration.com Tue, 21 Jul 2015 20:21:53 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=6.0 Don’t you wish you had this for your Independence Day celebration?!?! https://old.precisioncarrestoration.com/dont-you-wish-you-had-this-for-your-independence-day-celebration/ Wed, 02 Jul 2014 14:22:43 +0000 http://www.precisioncarrestoration.com/?p=19907     Perfect for tailgating or taking that summer picnic, business bar bq, or family reunion to the next level this customer trailer has everything you could ask for. With a massive grille that provides huge amounts of surface area to grille, a large warming tray and a side grille that doubles as a Panini […]

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Perfect for tailgating or taking that summer picnic, business bar bq, or family reunion to the next level this customer trailer has everything you could ask for. With a massive grille that provides huge amounts of surface area to grille, a large warming tray and a side grille that doubles as a Panini grille there is no worries about feeding everyone.

Turn slightly from the grille and you’re able to draw yourself a fresh brewed cold one from one of the four taps available.

This is a great opportunity to own something that you may not have considered before. While there is considerably more invested in this custom built tailgate trailer, we believe a fair marketable price is $22,500.

This unit has a built in stereo and P/A system, DVD player and a Wii gaming console. A ramp enclosure at the rear, for easy access to a spaciously designed interior with more than enough space to store iced down kegs, coolers, lawn chairs, etc.

This trailer also includes a small, but incredibly powerful portable Honda generator so that you can take the party wherever you need it to go. To top it off, all of this can run up to nine hours on the generator with only one gallon of fuel.

This unique design of a stowaway grill allows for an oversized unit that doesn’t attach to a bumper or front tongue.

 

 

 

 

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Make it Happen!! – the first step of a classic car restoration https://old.precisioncarrestoration.com/make-it-happen-the-first-step-of-a-classic-car-restoration/ Thu, 01 Aug 2013 16:05:00 +0000 http://www.precisioncarrestoration.com/?guid=65de0d69a3ef36a1abc959744406f741 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Just for fun lets imagine you have a classic car that’s been sitting in a garage, in a field, or in a barn.  Its dirty, it’s dusty, and you’re pretty sure something’s been living in it.   You see it all the time and you think to […]

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Just for fun lets imagine you have a classic car that’s been sitting in a garage, in a field, or in a barn.  Its dirty, it’s dusty, and you’re pretty sure something’s been living in it.   You see it all the time and you think to yourself “I’m gonna fix that up someday”.  Year after year you keep telling yourself this, but your classic just sits and sits. You remember driving it not too long ago, but you start doing the math and  “That was 20 years ago!!” 

Well guess what, it’s never going  to come to life without a commitment to making it happen.  This is a common story.  Someone has every good intention of restoring their classic, but never takes that first step.  The first step is always the hardest.  Making that call to the restoration shop, or getting the estimate, or even just removing the boxes that are piled from hood to ceiling, is all it takes to get the ball rolling. Every restoration has to start somewhere and making that first step is just the beginning of making your memories come back to life.

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Knowing who to call or where to go can be overwhelming in itself.  When undertaking your project you want to know that you’re given the right information.  A good relationship with a restoration shop is what will help you relax as you work through your project.  Open communication, honest answers, and accessibility will comfort you along the way.  The process and the memories of a restoration are just as important as the end result,  so developing this relationship is what will make every penny and minute worth it.

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I don’t want to say to call a tow truck and deliver your car to the shop right away, but when you have those thoughts of restoring that space taker in the garage, act on it!  The car isn’t getting any newer, parts aren’t getting any cheaper, and you’re not getting any younger.  So make the move, do your homework, and make it happen, because in just a short time the only thing you will be putting on your hood is a fresh coat of wax.

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Taigate Trailer https://old.precisioncarrestoration.com/taigate-trailer/ https://old.precisioncarrestoration.com/taigate-trailer/#respond Wed, 07 Apr 2010 19:39:36 +0000 http://www.precisioncarrestoration.com/?p=8612 Larry and Ralph are building the inner structure that all of the electronic will be attached to.

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Larry and Ralph are building the inner structure that all of the electronic will be attached to.

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2009 Tailgate Trailer https://old.precisioncarrestoration.com/2009-tailgate-trailer/ https://old.precisioncarrestoration.com/2009-tailgate-trailer/#respond Tue, 02 Mar 2010 20:10:53 +0000 http://www.precisioncarrestoration.com/?p=8130 The trailer is in the booth getting masked off for paint.  Also the new chrome wheels are in. Alex has started to lay the fiberglass and resin for the first panels of the tailgate trailer. The first panel for the trailer is covered and ready to get sanded, then primed and then painted.  Alex is […]

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The trailer is in the booth getting masked off for paint.  Also the new chrome wheels are in.

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The first panel for the trailer is covered and ready to get sanded, then primed and then painted.  Alex is working on assembling the second panel now.

Alex is finishing up with the second panel for the tailgate trailer.  The grid lines are for laying out the fiberglass.

Alex is building the front panel for the tailgate trailer.

Alex and mike are installing the next layer of fiberglass and resin for the Tailgate trailers front panel.

The frame work for the custom tailgate trailer is done and is in the paint booth getting sprayed chassis black.  We also have the grill in that we will us in the trailer.

Larry is fabricating the roof for the custom fiberglass tailgate trailers.  He is attaching the wood to steel beams underneath, then he will fill the cracks with body filler and then we will apply the fiberglass over that.

The walls and roof are going up on the custom tailgate trailer.

Larry is finalizing the rear wall and top installation for the custom trailer today.

Dan laid a blue paint out on the custom trailer.  This is not the color that they are going with, he is actually using this paint for a guide coat on the trailer.  Meaning he is now able to see any high or low spots on the body of the trailer and repair them before the final paint coats get applied.  The actual color of the trailer will be black.

Alex is sanding down the trailer to get it prepped for it’s final coats of paint.

Larry and Mike are test fitting the TV and electronics for the trailer today.

Precision Restorations is finalizing the shock setup for the door of the tailgate trailer.

The Nintendo Wii, stereo system, t.v, dish network and DVD player are all installed and set up on the trailer.

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Below is a picture of the new beer taps that are installed on the custom tailgate trailer.

Today we are getting the rosette trim installed on the Tailgate Trailer.

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We are installing larger speakers in the trailer today.

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The custom tailgate trailer is painted and back out in the shop for final assembly.

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We are putting all the final components together for the Tailgate Trailer.

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