In this latest update on the trailer rebuild, Emily and Aaron are hard at work making the bathroom into a reality. They’ve put a ton of work and time into this project and have spent a fair amount of that making sure they got the right components for the area they have and the way they want to use it. This trailer has a cool toilet, a nice shower, and a sink going in without taking away valuable trailer space. They have put a lot of thought into it. If you missed any of the previous installments, use the link below to watch.
The Reeves are at it again, doing something I have thought about for a few years. I see all these guys and gals at the races with big fancy trailers and have zero clue how they all afford them. I can’t afford just the big trailer, let alone the ones that have living quarters and all that inside them too. But I’ve often thought that buying a good solid 40 ft or longer gooseneck and then building it out to haul a car and provide a place to sleep and cook would be a smart thing. Well, that is exactly what Emily and Aaron from Flying Sparks garage are planning to do, so watch and enjoy!
Their plan is to add new flooring, new wall and ceiling coverings, a full bathroom, small kitchen space, and then a bedroom up over the gooseneck portion of the trailer. I think the plan looks cool, should be very functional, and should give them room for the car and a golf cart inside the trailer. Depending on how big the trailer was that you were starting with, I think you could do as much or as little living space as you wanted, or even make it hold two cars and have living space as well. They are being smart with theirs and keeping the living space to a minimum, but still enough that it will be comfortable for them when travelling to events. I approve.
I think you will too, and we’ll make sure to share the videos as they come out!