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Robert Burke22 May 2022 5:39 p.m. PST

My brother has a York-Hoover trailer that he'd like to find some information on. The plate on the trailer says it was built in 1948. The big box on the front is not part of it; it's just a tool box called a job box.

It was painted black and white but I think the original camo is still underneath it. I'm wondering if it might be possible to strip off the black and white paint and uncover the original camo?

He's thinking about selling and would like to find out how much it might be worth?

I've linked to photos of it. If anyone can tell me more about it and give me an idea of how much it might be worth I'd appreciate. Thanks.


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