The modular was basically a stick built home that was transported and set on the basement. The only clue that it wasn't site built was the place underneath where the 2 halves were bolted together thru the wood sill which sat on steel columns down the center of the basement.
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If so then I would build the basement and have a slab roof on it and simply drive the trailor on top. Have a hole big enough for one of the small spiral staircases to allow access. Because of a mobile homes propensity to blow away it would afford you not much protection to be in the basement under it if you then had no roof after it left lol.
While a mobile home can have a basement, you'll want to further investigate if your local building regulations will allow for it. Some locales prohibit the building of basements due to terrain or soil issues. The answer to, "can a mobile home have a basement," might depend on your local legislation.