Boler Trailers

After searching and over researching trailers I decided we should get a Boler for the family and that is what started everything.

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The first trailer, our green Boler was a huge project and is the trailer we still use.  To see the project check out the blog on the home tab, or on the links below; (I am working to get more information and correct the order)

Green Boler Project Page 1           Green Boler Project Page 2          Green Boler Project Page 3          Green Boler Project Page 4          Green Boler Project Page 5

 

 

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I happened to find a beautiful little red trailer, which became our second project, to see this project you can check the blog or the links below;

Red Boler Project Day 1 to 10          Red Boler Project Day 11 to 20          Red Boler Project Day 21 to 23          Red Boler Finished Pictures

 

 

 

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We also made a paper Boler model template; For that and other templates click here.

 

And have posted a collection of interesting Boler and small trailer links.

10 comments


  1. This is terrific! I am so happy to see another blogger venturing forth and restoring a vintage camper like we are! Good luck on your adventures! :)

    • Maybe bloggers restoring trailers will catch on. I was happy to find your site, as it fun to watch other projects, so many great ideas:) Thanks for visiting my site.

  2. spoonbeams

    Wow! Thanks for the like and sharing your site with me. Not only do I love your Boler — I never heard of one before — you’ve also shown me how to use categories to organize my site. I wish my kids would grow younger with me so we could have more family adventures. Enjoy!

    • Thank you :) Kids at every age are great for adventures, then come grand kids and it starts again. I always find myself missing the last stage, enjoying the current, and planning bigger adventures for the next.

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  4. Thank you for checking out my blog. Your Boler is adorable. I love those colors. I’ve enjoyed reading about your adventures.

  5. CR

    I have a 1971 Boler and I want to register it in Texas but Texas requires a VIN Number physically on the trailer. I have looked all over the trailer but cannot find one. I do have the
    VIN Number on my registration. Do you know where the VIN number is located or did it even have one on the trailer itself. Appreciate any info you can give me.
    Thanks.
    CR

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    • My first trailer came with a 4 digit VIN, other trailers in different provinces also shared it’s VIN number. With this it was no where to be found on the trailer. To fix this I had someone come issue a new serial number. The serial number on both Bolers after reissue where both on the tongue, where it was originally I do not know.

      My guess would be to look on the website for the state and see if they can send someone out to check the trailer and add the serial number (I know here I am not allowed to do it myself). Good luck, hopefully you can get it registered and out camping!

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