[video=youtube;DzsV7FIsPzM]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DzsV7FIsPzM[/video] After I get the black and white runway painted on the trailer, I'm planning on adding two fold out panels to it... the first, a triangle launch runway off the left side, and the second, a fold up vertical flat conning control tower on the right side, so the whole things looks like a faux aircraft carrier deck for RC planes or my three 1:18 scale (wing span 26.5") static BBI Corsair models of which I scored at Toys R Us close out for $15 each. They'll fold down on hinges and lay flat, so shouldn't interfere with carrying my ultralight airplanes on the trailer at all. Take it and models inside the truck cab, to the local airshow when I trailer my plane or a local RC event, and set them all up. Local yearly airplane air show is on it's last legs of pathetic life support (though the gyroplane one at same airport seems to be doing great), so maybe I can reinvigorate it with my colorful contributions before it bites the big one and is gone forever. If anybody wants to try their hand at landing their RC model on 20ft deck, I'll clear off the three static models and maybe set up a little badminton net off the end or something to catch them if they don't stop in time rather than plunking off the end. The bonus for me is I have at least one project "finished" to take to the air shows and show (maybe with unfinished plane on top), before my planes are finished. I put an assload of work into this stupid trailer from the free craigslist rust bucket it once was, Taking apart those rusted solid together leaf springs and rusted out rims and refurbing those rusted and pitted axles and repainting them all was really a royal labor intensive long drawn out PITA. I want to be worth seeing in it's own right. I might run RGB addressable LED strips down the side too to sync with an mp3 player music system: dunno, that's a pretty penny and not sure how visible they are in daylight or weather resistant.