If I didn’t just wreck myself redoing my trailer, I might find a way to buy this car hauler. Tré coolio. I bet you could flip it at the Woodward Dream Cruise for plus $fiveK.
On Hemmings for $10,900 in Springfield, Ohio.
1966 Toronado Car Hauler White With Black Interior. Original 425 with Automatic Transmission. Options include Factory Air Conditioning Power Steering Power Brakes AM/FM Radio Tilt & Telescopic Steering Column and proper stainless wheel covers with blackwall radials. Converted back in the 70’s this unique and incredibly useful little hauler has never been hit never been rusty and still runs and drives surprisingly well. She’ll run down the highway at 70mph with a mid sized car on the back with no problem at all. One word of warning don’t take it anywhere if you’re not feeling social … From the fast lane of the freeway to gas pumps to red lights plan on more attention than you’re used to!
Would you really want a fwd car hauler?
Paul "Groosh" Grusche
The weight bias should be even to forward of the rear axle, so it seems like it would be ok.
I have owned a 1967 Chevnado Car Hauler since 1979. FWD with tandem axles is stable and works well on snow. “Brutus” is a 1967 Toronado powered by a 1970 455. The 1967 Chev pickup cab is extended at the cowling to to accomodate the FWD. Nick Mount- Moses Lake, WA.
I’ve bought it and the toro is now in France