2009 34 CLASS ACT GOOSENECK TRAILER
This trailer is the only practical way to transport the HydroCar safely and securely from one place to another within the United States, or overseas.
One of the problems with having a vehicle that measures 96" wide is finding a safe and secure way to transport it. As I was nearing completion of the HydroCar project, I began searching for a trailer manufacturer that could build a quality trailer with an honest 100" interior width including the rear door frame.
I was very relieved when I found everything I needed at Class Act Trailers. Their composite sides are only about 1" thick, so a 102" wide trailer actually does yield a full 100" inside. The trailer also features a one-piece custom-fit roof, so there are absolutely no problems with leaks anywhere on the trailer.
I wanted to make sure that the trailer was unique and well suited for the HydroCar, so I designed it with the three massive 90" wide concession-style doors on the left side and a 60" wide double-door on the right. There is extra steel bracing between the concession doors, so there are no issues with it flexing as you travel down the road.
The three concession-style doors are great. Once you have a trailer outfitted like this one, youll wonder how you lived without them. Not only do they give incredible access to the car, but it can be even be displayed without ever removing it from the trailer. Of course, the driver can easily get out of the car from the center trailer door, or even from the rear trailer door, while the car is still being winched in. Loading the trailer with other gear is also made easier by opening the front concession door along with the conventional double-door on the right side of the trailer.
The ramp-overs (the raised areas over the trailers inner fenders) are very solid and another area that makes the trailer very useful. Pulling a car inside the trailer for a quick inspection between races or routine maintenance on a vehicle is a lot easier with these ramp-overs. They are each 24" wide, have 52" between them and stand 13.5" high. There is still 71.5" from the tops of the ramp-overs to the ceiling.