We see these a lot in S. Calif. a lot. Mainly for use with the off road 4
wheel type quad runners. Try looking under RV quad runners etc. You might
find a trailer supplier. The Corona and Riverside trailer lots have them
in stock. I know the Marunis's (sp) had one for their RX-7 in 1999. Three
axles and I was behind them when they blew a tires on the way to Nationals.
I think they towed it with a Ford one Ton P/U.
Good Luck, Steve Eguina # 86 ESP
PS. What is a Tornado?
> From: Dick Rasmussen <email@example.com>
> To: Steven Volpp <firstname.lastname@example.org>; team.net <email@example.com>
> Cc: Roger Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: Car trailer/tornado navagation system
> Date: Saturday, February 03, 2001 6:45 AM
> At 08:24 AM 2/3/01 -0600, Steven Volpp wrote:
> >While driving through Indiana, which seems to be the birthplace of all
> >and travel trailers, I saw what appeared to be a trailer that had a
> >for your car in back, and a place to live in front.
> >I have been unable to find anything like it online, and make local
> >say it does not exist. Since I live in Mississippi, and State law
> >that I own some sort of trailer that I can live in so that the tornados
> >where to land, does anyone out there know anything about a trailer like
> You "need" to contact Roger Johnson (Ohio). He owns a custom built 5th
> wheel of the type you are describing. I'm sure he can "fill you in"!
> I'm sure I have seen smaller versions of the same thing, but maybe in
> European sourced magazines or websites.
> Dick Rasmussen
> CM 85
> 85 Van Diemen RF-85 Formula Ford