What he said- the W&P does have a taller door/ceiling. I found the living qtrs to be decent in quality, just plain rather than the bling but cheaply made toy haulers (Gearbox comes to mind) When I ordered mine, I could not get W&P to upgrade the 6k axles to 7's, but when it was delivered way heavier than advertised they agreed to ship me some 7k axles- so heads up.WOLF359 said:Call any one of the toy haulers manufacturers and tell them you want to transport a 3500-4000 lb car. Most if not all will tell you they are not set up for that (even if their load ratings are larger than the weight of your vehicle)
Carhauler with living quarters.
Campmaster by Roadmaster
Work and Play by Forest River
are a couple.
Lower end living quarters, heavier duty enclosed cargo trailer.
Most come with 5000 or 6000 lb duals, 7000lb are easy upgrades from the factory.
A 38 footer (work and play 38FK) has a 17', 7" garage, and a 14 ft living quarters. Make sure you can fit between the wheel wells. Most are 83" wide. And height... 6' 5" usually.