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Ideas for building a car dolly

Guys,
I have taken my 65 off the frame, and stripped the frame of all the suspension parts.
I have to build a structure to be able to roll the body around, and onto a trailer. I'm looking for ideas/plans.
Any help would be great.
Any pics would be a huge help.
Thanks,
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Look through the sticky threads, one of the guys built a body dolly. They are actually pretty easy to build. I havent had a need for one since I do all the work here.
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Here are some pictures of one I built a few years ago, you may need larger wheels to roll onto a trailer.

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i built a dolly for my 67 lemans made it out of 4x4 and made it so it sits on all the body braces cost me about $250 in lumber, wheels and braces. sorry no pic of the dolly olone
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