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Clint is in sales for Western Trailers out of Boise, Idaho
Drop-deck trailer Ag A-train hoppers Rear Ag hopper pup trailer
Western Trailers' Pete with a 43.5' Commodity Express Western Trailers' Pete Western Trailers' Pete with an Elite Curtainsider on a trip to Las Vegas
A pair of Glen Transport Peterbilts with B-Train chip trailers Here are some photos of the belt trailer we took to the Mid America truck show. Smooth skinned black belt. Sold to a customer in the Carolina’s.
Here are a couple Supervan hard top trailers I sold in Sumner Wa
I wanted to show you a project we had just finished for a truck show here in Idaho.
This one was pretty rough when we had started. The way we used to build them, it’s a 1972 outside frame flatbed.
You will see some photos of an ugly old van that we had built the body for back in the 60’s that I attached also. I don’t know why anyone would want to restore this thing but I think we are going to do it. We’ve been on a restoration kick lately.
Joe Jaca Truck Lines Peterbilt with the first diesel cabover bought by Joe Jaca.
The trailer is the first aluminum cattle trailer manufactured by Western Trailer in Boise, Idaho in 1972.
Photo taken on July 13, 1973 at the Ontario, CA truck stop by Kent Gilman.
Old Western Trailer hopper brochure
B. Reimer Trucking picking up a new Western Express Trailer with a Freightliner cabover they just finished restoring Hermann Bros Logging & Construction
Kenworth T-800
Some photos of some pieces of a ship. Richard Carrier Trucking from Maine and Quebec are loading and carrying to the port. 60 tons. Currently they run close to 130 western chip trailers
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A short video of these Western Star's going down the road.
Here is a cool trailer. I sold a bunch of these to a power company. They turn them into big batteries.
Just wanted to show you this crazy new trailer I built for some chip haulers in Washington.
They will use these trailers on logging roads for in the woods hauling of hog fuel to supply the paper mills with sustainable forest energy.
Trailer steers with remote from truck. Talk about a fun trailer to test.



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