Hi Chuck, you got a mid 50s Holsclaw. My buddy Norm restored one just like that, came originally under his '55 Tollycraft boat. Not often do you see this particular model trailer with these wheels. I know I have more pictures but for now, this is the only one I can find. Maybe Normcraft can post some of his pictures.
That would be cool if anyone has more pictures of one ?
I want to see if I'm missing anything off of mine, besides lights of course ?
That is one light trailer. I didn't have any problems putting it in the back of my pickup, by myself, to get it home. But I bet I looked pretty goofy driving down the highway with one wheel hanging over the passenger side of the pickup bed, 5 ft hanging out the back, over the tailgate, and the back 3 ft of the trailer with keel roller, thru the sliding rear window, Almost touching my rear view mirror.
Thank you !
I did check the library when I first got it. They look super similar but not quite like mine. Until I saw the picture from Eduardo. I looked to see if there was any indication of the cross T
boat support on the transom end of the trailer, such as broken welds, extra holes, or U-bolt marks, but see anything. So I'm guessing it is the way it was built. It is missing all of the hitch
locking hardware. So I'll probably update that to present standard.
I think I’m narrowing it down….
Looks to be a 1956 Holsclaw S-150 trailer. There is a sales article on Ebay that looks like it, fender wise ?
So then I did a search for 1956 Holsclaw S-150. And there was a guy who had pictures of an original and restored trailer.
Looks like the transom support roller bracket, that is not on mine, actually uses the keel roller bracket hole for both the
Keel roller bracket and the transom support roller bracket.