How To Build a Connestoga Wagon Plans (Prairie Schooner)

How To Build a Connestoga Wagon Plans (Prairie Schooner)

IF YOU'RE looking for something different in the way of a trailer, you'll want to hear about our covered wagon. We built it for only $150. Let us take you through the series of steps necessary to duplicate it. Before starting, of course, you should have some knowledge of the use of hammer and saw. You may build the project any size that strikes your fancy. To meet our particular needs for vacation trips, ours is small. Set crosswise at the front of the trailer are a double-bed spring and mattress. There's storage space beneath the bed for luggage and camp chairs. At the back of the trailer, on both sides of the door, dressers with shelves above provide space for all our cooking equipment, utensils, and supplies. The completed trailer weighs exactly 450 lbs. It trails up steep mountain grades like a breeze. Since the road clearance is 18 in we can take it anywhere our car will go. And it is easy to handle. When we get into tight places, we often unhook the trailer and turn it around by hand........................

 

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