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Has anyone used or had any experience with Acme Trailer and their 'Eze Tow" tow dolly?

Have a chance to pick up '59 El Camino in central MO.
and I'm in Denver CO. would like to know if this would be a good option to trag it to CO. with?

Thanks in advance!
 

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tow dolly's are far cheaper than trailers in most cases and easier to store when not used, but they also have several dis-advantages, compared to trailers, a tow dolly generally allows the cars differential and rear tires to spin and that can cause problems, most tow dolly,s don,t have brakes and they add hundreds of pounds to the car being towed and result in longer stopping distances that a car on a trailer with decent electric brakes
 

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Has anyone used or had any experience with Acme Trailer and their 'Eze Tow" tow dolly?Have a chance to pick up '59 El Camino in central MO.and I'm in Denver CO. would like to know if this would be a good option to trag it to CO. with?tow dolly's are far cheaper than trailers in most cases and easier to store when not used, but they also have several dis-advantages, compared to trailers, a tow dolly generally allows the cars differential and rear tires to spin and that can cause problems, most tow dolly,s don,t have brakes and they add hundreds of pounds to the car being towed and result in longer stopping distances that a car on a trailer with decent electric brakes.




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