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thomas201

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Posted: 12/23/20 03:58pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We are looking at a toy (plane), that would need a flat floor (no wheel wells)22 feet long (24 would be nice for a winch) X 8 feet high (9 is better) X 8 feet wide. No cabinets, no junk on the walls, no folding bed, just a box. Normally just 2 of us traveling, so 10 to 14 feet of living quarters should be enough. It is light, less than 1,000 pounds with full tanks.

I spent about 4 hours looking on the net, but nothing so far. I thought that I would ask rather than reinventing the wheel. Otherwise, a truck camper and trailer.

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So you're looking for a toy hauler that is mostly a huge garage? I don't think it exists in a production RV. I've never seen one anyway.
You might look for "race car" trailers. These are what auto racers take to the track to hold their car and their tools. Many of the fancier ones have a small living quarters in the front.
Otherwise, you can have something custom built. Featherlite is one company that will do it; they make most of the NASCAR haulers. There's a great dealer not far from you in Harrisonburg, VA: Huffman Trailer Sales. They could probably order just about anything you could want.

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They exist. They're called open floor plan toy haulers, as opposed to garage models. The open floor plans were the original haulers.

Here's a current example, but it's not long enough or wide enough for you because of the slide.

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Try going to https://images.google.com and search for "open floor plan toy hauler" to see examples. Hopefully you'll find one long enough for your plane.


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Posted: 12/23/20 06:29pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Car haulers with living quarters will work for you.


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Posted: 12/23/20 08:30pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Check out ATC 4528 (Aluminum Trailer Company). It looks like they will build what ever you want. Of course, you will have to sell the plane to afford the trailer!

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Posted: 12/24/20 08:32am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

You could also try horse trailers, though I'm not sure if you can get one wide enough.

Really, for this I would suggest a small motorhome pulling an enclosed trailer.


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I appreciate all the creative ideas, but there really are nicely outfitted toy haulers with large open floor plans that should fit your needs.

Do you have a big enough truck to pull a large fifth wheel? Anything with that large of a space will be pretty big.

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Posted: 12/24/20 10:52am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Might check out Cimmaron trailers. Transwest is selling them with Outlaw living conversions. Will be pricey. Probably better quality than standard RV manufacturers.


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I have a Pace car trailer 9ft tall 32ft box. I removed the living area in front so I could haul my Smart car in front of the race car. I tow it with a DP.

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https://www.shadowtrailer.com/store/c27/STW-Cargo-with-living-quarters

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