Transporting my Mustang?
well if you did use the dolly make sure to remove the driveshaft if its an automatic, if its a manual you wouldn't have to
if its an auto the reason you remove the driveshaft is because the parts would be moving without any fluid being pumped around from the torque converter, so it could wear the transmission out, so if its an auto just remove the driveshaft
but me personally i'd use the flatbed trailer, just seems safer that way and more secure, ya its $300 more but rather be safe than sorry, now if your tight on money then thats fine and get the dolly, just my personal opinion would be to get the flatbed
- the other person said you could put the rear wheels on the dolly, technically you could BUT i know how low mustangs are and well lets just say after a 2000 mile trip you'll probably end up losing the front bumper "cover" along the way so i defiantly wouldn't recommend that