Re: Skoolie Goosneck in Dallas
I think it would have looked neat if they could have somehow left the hood and fenders intact so the tongue just came out of them. It would have a more finished look and give them a dry space for stashing propane tanks, firewood, etc. I've certainly thought about it. It appears to also have the stock axle under it which makes me curious what they did for brakes. Electric over air or hydraulic units are expensive which makes me wonder if it has brakes at all...