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Standard 20' Splitfloor Lowboy with options: Spare Mount & Spare Tire & Wheel. Imperial Trailer Manufacturing, Inc. By Amy Kitchin, Imperial Trailer Manufacturing, Inc.


Imperial Trailer Manufacturing, Inc., located in Olney, IL, was purchased by Darrell and Mimi Fehrenbacher in 1992 from its previous owner, who started the company 15 years prior. In Imperial's nearly 40 years of trailer manufacturing they have produced thousands of trailers. Trailer models range from the ever popular Splitfloor-Wideboys and Car Haulers, to total custom trailers and has had the pleasure of satisfying customers from all over the United States and several different countries.


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Imperial trailers last and their superiority keeps customers coming back for all their trailer needs. At Imperial, the utmost concern is producing a high quality trailer. The company won't cut corners or lighten the product to save a few bucks. Imperial trailers are always several hundred pounds heavier than the competition, and it shows in the overall March/April 2016


longevity and the customers' overall satisfaction. With an Imperial Trailer, you're sure to have a trailer that will stay with you for the long haul.


The very popular Imperial car hauler has become an industry standard. It's low profile, easy to use self-storing ramps, high quality structure, treadbrite rock guards and all LED lighting are just a few features that make these trailer stand out. Collectors of hot rods and classic cars alike, enjoy the car hauler for how well their Imperial trailers complement their cars at shows. Customers comment on their ability to load just about any low profile car onto the car hauler with ease because of the combined 11' dovetail and ramp approach, and enough clearance to open their car door over the 8" tall fenders. Imperial has had countless customers who sold their Imperial for one reason or another, only to call weeks


later looking for a dealer to buy another. These trailers pull so well you'll forget you're pulling them. The company has its own in-house down draft paint booth, and can custom paint your trailer any color you like. Imperial now sandblasts before painting as well, for a lasting finish.


Imperial's working trailers have also become an industry standard over the years, due to the quality workmanship and sturdy construction. Their easy operation, heavy duty framing, solid treadplate floors, and heavy duty fenders are just a few of the features that bring an Imperial above the rest. No job is too big or small for these lowboys or splitfloors to handle. Weights range from 7,000 lbs to 16,000 lbs and build floor widths up to 81-1/4" . From permanently mounted equipment to toy hauling, these trailers are versatile enough to haul a


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