Any suggestion on size for enclosed trailers for my T sedan and touring?
2 at the same time? Or, 1 at a time?
What is your tow vehicle?
one at a time with a avalanche
Make sure you figure in the ceiling height. Keep in mind, these cars bounce inside the trailer when tied down by the wheels or axles. Also your door height.
I think a 8.5x16ft. I was going to the extra height. In head room.
Rick - I have an 8.5 x 16 with an extra foot of height. My T fits in it perfectly.
Rick doesn't matter whatever trailer you get you will wish you had something a little bigger. "E" track tie down is almost a necessity. I have an 8 X 8.5 x 20 comes in real handy when you go to a show somewhere and some one says I have a model T (part goes here) you might be interested in... If your "T" barely fits you can for get picking up any spare parts that you may run across also I once had to pick up my wife's 2000 Nissan at 11:00 PM because the computer fried itself the choice I had was go and get her or she could wait 2 hours for AAA... My wife was happy I bought the big trailer.
Rick, I recently bought a great 8.5 x 16 V-nose, extra height. Sure glad I did. Really makes it nice getting around the car inside the trailer.
8.5' wide is better than 8'. Your Ts will fit in the narrower trailer, they'll just be a lot harder to work around (tie down, ingress egress). 14' long is the minimum; 16',18 or 20' will offer more flexibility for additional stuff. Trailers usually come with about a 6' tall ramp door. You'll need to get an extra foot of height to get the sedan in.
This is Dan Hatch's selfie from Hershey... I'm impressed!
This all helps, I think I`ll go with the 18ft. With the extra foot tall. Thanks a lot!!
Wish my trailer was wider and had a slope or V nose. Consider the cost of a second door on the opposite side. I have two and it's really been nice when parking is confined. Remember to double check the height you need at the door OPENING not what's inside.
Your tow vehicle will not know the difference in a extra couple of feet in length but you will really thank yourself someday.