I just bought a 24 foot ATC all aluminum with a wide left hand door. no more squeeze and bump. One hell of a better than the Wells Cargo junk I had in the past.
Ive a cobber with a single axle version of these, has his Cobra in it under a alloy top cover that works off the trailer hydraulics, no doors etc, just cover operated by hyd rams etc, have a pic somewhere, a bit on the $$$ side but all he needs, GT40 loaded backwards would work fine & these trailers have one of the lowest deck angles around and best of all you wouldnt know there is a car inside.. Ill have a look for his pics & add later if I find em.Check out Futura Trailers.
Torsion axles are known for a better ride and also lower trailer height. That said, sprung axles cann easily be dampened by adding shock absorbers at each wheel. However, you have many more wear points with shackles, rockers, etc. If you go this route, look into MorRyde’s Wet-Bolt and thick shackle kits. eTrailer.com is where I buy most of my stuff..Thanks to all for comments. Any comments about sprung vs torsion axles?
It's my understanding that most (perhaps all) mid-engine and rear engine cars that they're aware of are loaded nose first. Time will tell...
From personal experience I can tell you a mid/rear-engine car should be loaded rear end first. 'Not enough weight on the tongue otherwise (unless it's a really looong trailer and the car is as far forward of the axles as possible). Loading nose first will create a 'tail-wagging-the-dog' situation from a 'control' standpoint. It'll scare the ever-lovin' bejeebers outta ya at anywhere near highway speeds. The faster you tow - the MORE the trailer will swing side-to-side behind you. The trailer will be trying to make your tow vehicle mirror the same action.
In the end, both the tow vehicle and the trailer could end up on their sides...or worse.