So here is what I am ordering
Standard 8.5 x 24 (DIAMOND)
8.5 x 24Ft Tandem Axle Enclosed Cargo Trailer-Rear Ramp Door, 36" RV Style Side Door, 2' V-Nose 4050.00
Standard Features Include: 16" O.C. Floor, 16" O.C. Wall, 24" O.C. Roof Members, 2000 LB A-Frame Jack With Sand Foot, 2 5/16" Coupler, Triple Tube Tongue, 36" Side Door With Flush Lock, 6" Tube Steel Main Frame, 16" Flap On Ramp Door, White Aluminum Metal, Screwed Exterior, Interior Height 78", 3/4" Plywood Floors, 3/8" Plywood Walls, (1) 12Vt Dome Light, (4) 5000 LB D-Rings, White Spoke Wheel, ST 225 15" Bias Ply Tires, Aluminum Fenders, Galvalume Roof, Non Powered Roof Vent, 24" Stone Guard, ATP Covered Stepwell, (1) Aluminum Ramp Door Handle, 3500 LB Drop Leaf Spring Axles With Electric Brakes, 7 Way Bargman Plug, No Show Beavertail On 16" & Above, Heavy Duty Ramp Door With Flap, Transition flap, Door Hold Back, V-Nose With ATP, E-Z Lube Hubs
Upgrade Axles 5200 LB Upgrade to 5200lb Torsion Axles 750.00 1 750.00
LED LIGHTS LED Lights Throughout 95.00 1 95.00
Spare Spare Tire 115.00 1 115.00
Miscellaneous Recessed Spare Tire Compartment 155.00 1 155.00
E Track Floor E Track On Floors 12.00 40 480.00
E-Track Walls E Track On Walls 12.00 40 480.00
Total before taxes and fees $6125.00
The E Track is welded to the trailer's frame and then flush mounted (both walls and floor). I will insulate both walls and ceiling and add paneling to roof after wiring for an RV style 12v roof vent fan, 12v LED strip lights and rear door overhead LED bar lights for rear door illumination. From the E track down I will coat the plywood with a bed liner type coating then cover with a thin indoor/outdoor carpet. Still have to decide how to finish off the rear ramp door. I have had a hitch load lever given to me. For the price they want to upgrade the tires to radials, I will go ahead and wear out the bias ply first, then purchase the radials.
I have heard from people that have the drivers escape door, and those that do not, and decided to go without that option. The lack of that hole in the side plus my adding the E Track will make the side of the trailer much stronger. There were a lot of other options that sound interesting, but they were either pricey, or really not needed. Though the $2k A/C system (roof top unit and trailer fully wired for 60 amp 110v) does sound nice for those hot Florida summer car shows...