What's your plan for sealing that back door?
A very important concern, indeed.
A rubber weather strip for starters. And a rubber "accordion bellow" at
the bottom. In addition, the "garage" is walled off from the rest of the interior.
I have looked at a couple of mass produced "toy haulers", and will be
copying that, roughly. I realize those are trailers without people
onboard, so I'm still thinking about it.
My exhaust (Millicent's exhaust! Silly.
) exits in front of the drive tires.
I'm considering installing some kind of stack, either there, or at the
It's definitely on my mind.
And there will be a firm rule to never run the engine while people are sleeping.
I don't like generators and furnaces and such either. I'm thinking that
any such could be installed on the trailer, like those remote wood
stoves that seem to be popular with the off-the-grid folks.
M-a-n-y years ago, I bashed the bottom of my car on a rock and
broke the exhaust pipe. That car had a few holes in the firewall.
Drove home with my head out the window. In the rain.