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Q:I'm about to start a business transporting mainly Classic Cars around the country, delivering to Customers, picking customer vehicles up for exhibitions, etc. The service I am offering will be unique as the trailer I am having made is being crafted in wood, 21 feet long, 8 feet wide and 7 feet high. It is totally enclosed. Near enough Vandal proof, and thief proof, It is not plywood! I will also be offering vehicle storage

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