Here's a closer look at the trailer v1.1. It was a plain 6x12 that I enjoyed upgrading! First I took down the plywood and insulated the walls and ceiling. I added two standard outlets that had a master plug that could either be plugged into a wall, RV port, or eventually my generator. I put a master switch on the wall just inside the door so you could reach in and turn everything off before plugging or unplugging the master cord. I really wanted to put a retractable reel underneath the trailer so it would ratchet itself back in but nothing suitable could be found in the time I had to design it so I just made a box underneath to manually pull and stuff the cord back in.
I don't have any more of my original pictures of the inside. Fortunately the inside hasn't changed much so I can add some later. Here's what the inside looked like when it was ready for the trip from Alabama to Fairbanks!
If you thought wolf t-shirts were a turn on for women, go get yourself one of these! I actually bought it from the local market set up outside our base in Iraq. Those of you that have the Iraqi fake mink blankets know how comfortable they are. Mine just happens to look awesome too! I tried to make my interior trailer mods with dual purposes in mind. I used Gladiator mounting brackets for hooks and baskets so that they would be compatible with garage storage. The homemade plywood cabinet on the left (there's one on the right too) attaches to the wall by dropping 4 bolts through several small angle iron brackets and held in place with wingnuts for easy removal and mounting in the garage. I made sure to make them the right size to fit my jack stands. And yes, underneath that wolf blanket is my tempurpedic mattress. I originally designed this to hold a queen sized air bed but soon realized if it would hold a queen sized air bed why couldn't it hold the real thing! Out of 10 nights on the road, we stayed in 1 hotel. It was the worst night's sleep of the trip for both of us!