No, Alfas are like right at 13 feet long. I have a 20 foot enclosed trailer (amongst others) and feel it's barely enough. Every time I'm in my buddies 22 it feels like that's even better. My other advice is don't buy a cheap trailer. When I bought my Pace it was well worth it, tows like a dream, something about the angle and length of the beavertail in the front.
I have a 72 GTV and a 20' Wells Cargo trailer. There is enough room for the car and
cabinets & tool bench in the front. I agree with Fred , don't buy cheap. I think the key to a great trailer are the axels. I would upgrade to the 5000lb axels .
I think the answer is yes, you can put a GTV in a 16' box. But it won't be very convenient. You will likely have to tie it down with tire straps as there might not be room for fore/aft straps to the chassis.
I think the 18 +2 in a V would work good. I towed for years with a square nose 20 before upgrading. Racing with tools and heavy spares and stuff I sometimes had to avoid excess tongue weight by putting a couple things behind the car.
Additionally I would suggest 2 3500 pound axles and torque flex type. They run pretty good on the rare chance you overload them and have to haul on the bump stops. They will provide a much softer ride the most of the time they are not overloaded.
I did purchase a 8.5x18' with a 2' V. I'm happy with the purchase. Drove to Georgia to pick it up then to S. Carolina to pick up a '69 GTV. Drove beautifully, barely noticed it behind me except for the extra fill ups at the gas station. The GTV is a friends, not mine.
If you aren’t using this Oil ...you should be.
After considerable testing including a mid season peak of Jon Norman’s bearings after 10 races we found PTH Racing Oil living up to its claims of protecting investment grade race engines and vintage collectible cars “like no other” We have to agree...
We were fortunate to race my car just a week before COVID took control of our lives, in March.
SCCA announced a race at Sebring for June 6-7. Richard Jemison, my race buddy from Pensacola, will be there as well. with one of his four-leave-clover classics. Anyone care to join us? Entrance is...
Well here we go; not the best way to start the season, obviously a necessary move:
"This weekend’s season-opening Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne has been cancelled. The news follows McLaren’s withdrawal from the race on Thursday, after one of their team members tested positive for the...
KMW Motorsports will be back in IMSA for the 2020 season!
Hopefully Risi Competizione will be back in the SRO Motorsports America TC America series...