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Old 06-10-2009, 11:25 AM   #1
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whats the width of a '69 globetrotter?

I came accross one for sale. Being a post 67 model it most likely is too wide for me (European) but it never hurts to ask, no? The big Q is: is it more than 7 foot 6 inches wide?



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In 1969 the standard width became 8 feet. 1968 and earlier were 7 feet 6 inches. All of the models grew a foot longer in 1969 as well. The GT went from 20 feet to 21.


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