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Offline Tamet Gould

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Stolen Horse Trailer
« on: January 28, 2009, 10:55:57 PM »
This Trailer was stolen from the Duncan Oklahoma area.
Around 3:30 p.m. Wednesday January 14, 2009.

Silver/Gray Dodge 1-Ton Dually Extended Cab With Black Flat Bed and Headache Rack.
Stock #: 04446 Price: $53,995      Serial # 5HMXG272991004446

2009 Platinum Coach 4 Horse Gooseneck with 10' Short Wall Custom Living Quarters By LSR Conversions.

27'L x 8'W x 7'6"T

Very nice Living Quarters interior with solid oak raised panel cabinet doors dark Adkins oak finish on cabinetry and woodwork, star door pulls, star wall lamps behind sofa and in nose recessed ceiling lights,
courtesy lights, soft touch Allante walls and ceiling wainscott with chair rail crown molding, ceiling beams,
day/night shades, pre-wired for Onan generator with remote start switch in living quarters, 6 cu. ft. refrigerator with separate freezer on top, microwave with built-in vent, recessed 2-burner cooktop,
double kitchen sink, large bathroom with glass neo-angle shower, separate toilet, vanity with sink
medicine cabinet with mirror and make-up lights, ducted air conditioning with heat strip and wall thermostat, ducted forced air propane furnace, 6 gallon water heater with remote start, 57.5 gallon fresh water tank, AM/FM stereo with CD player, interior and exterior speakers, 19" LCD flat screen TV
DVD player, 2 double rod closets, 4 large drawers, overhead cabinets, pull-out sofa sleeper with western yoke

Exterior: 18' awning, fold up step under living quarters door, Equalizer Hyd Jack, exterior 110 volt outlet,
exterior water faucet, dual batteries, dual 20 lb. propane tanks with auto changeover, separate black and gray waste water tanks mounted high between cross members for protection, walk through door from bathroom to 1st stall, escape door at head of 1st stall, stud divider at 1st stall, telescoping rear divider, padded stall dividers,
drop down feed door with separate drop down window bars at head of all 4 stalls, 15" x 34" sliding bus window at rear of all 4 stalls, feed mangers at 2nd 3rd and 4th stalls with large exterior access door at 2nd stall and small exterior access door at 4th stall, 3 exterior halogen loading lights, stationary rear tack, 4-tier saddle rack,
10 bridle hooks, 2 brush trays, 1 swing out blanket bar, rubber lined walls and floor mats in stall area.

Stainless steel nose
gold/maroon/gray exterior graphics
stainless steel wheel simulators
white exterior smooth skin above welded extruded aluminum side slats

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« Last Edit: January 29, 2009, 09:32:58 AM by Bob Gould »
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