Customized Corvette Trailer for Sale, C6 ZR1 Also Included

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Corvette Trailer for sale ZR1 included

Corvette Forum member customized this trailer for Corvette use, right down to the dimensions, provisions and included towing hardware.

Normally, when it comes to “for sle” ads, it’s usually a car in question. Today is a bit different, as Corvette Forum user Barduch has listed their enclosed trailer for sale. What’s the big deal about this 20′ long Pace American trailer, you may be asking. Well, it’s really rather simple. Barduch has modified it specifically to work for and comfortably fit his Corvette ZR1.

Here is what our seller has to say about it:

Beautiful Pace 20′, 10,000 lb. GVW, 4 wheel tandem enclosed car trailer customized for Corvette transportation. I set this up to haul my 2010 ZR1 (which I will throw in for an additional 59,995). Aluminum wheels, 5000 lb. electric winch, electric trailer brakes, left side door perfectly located to allow easy in/out once you load your corvette, right side door up front, nicely finished interior, with aluminum interior ramps for wide bodies, forward cabinets, recessed spare tire in floor, and more.
$7500 but trades and reasonable offers absolutely considered.

Dimensions: Interior length 19′ 6″, interior max. width 8′ 0″, interior width between wheel wells 6′ 9″, interior width between aluminum drive up ramps 4′ 0″, interior height 6′ 4″, interior height above aluminum drive up ramps 5′ 10″, entry ramp/door height 6′ 2″, entry ramp/door width 7′ 6″, driver side middle door width for ingress/egress from vehicle in trailer 4′ 8″, passenger side forward door width 3′ 0″.

Corvette Trailer for sale ZR1 included

For an enclosed trailer, that is recently renovated, it would seem the asking price of $7,500 OBO, is a fair deal. Of course, Barduch knows how to sweeten the deal, so, for an extra $59,995, they will throw in their prized C6 ZR1 along with it!


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This 2010 Blade Silver ZR1 has it’s own for sale ad up in the forums, but, despite being a beautiful ride, Barduch can’t seem to sell their ride. Maybe an enterprising track day hero can offer up around $65,000 for the whole kit and caboodle. They would end up with the ultimate arrive-and-drive package for track day domination. Alternatively, if someone wants to flex hard at the local Cars and Coffee, rolling up in your customized Corvette trailer, with ZR1 inside, is a pretty cool move, if you can find somewhere to park it.

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