Help with getting a car on a trailer (More difficult then it sounds)? Answered
I recently purchased another car to restore, a 1962 Ford Fairlane, for $200. Its in great shape, however, the brakes have locked up and none of the wheels turn, other then that I would drive it the 300km to my home. However, I can't drive out there continually to work on it until it is road worthy, and because snow is coming I planned on hauling it home on a trailer. The problem lies in getting the car on the trailer. We tried winching it up the ramps onto the Low-boy trailer, however, because the wheels don't turn, it pulled the trailer and my friends 1 ton truck around. So my question is;
How can I get the car onto the trailer, which are both on a level surface (The trailer is about a foot off the ground) using a winch? It does have to be readily and cheaply available fix, but anything will do (Jacks, winches, anything! If you can think of a way to get it on there with dog sh1t then I will use dog sh1t!)
I need a good, solid, well though out/engineered plan preferably by the end of the week! And I thank everyone ahead of time for anything you may post, because it may not be the solution, but it may pave the road to a solution!
***I have included a very detailed sketch of the situation, done by a professional artist, and the scene is very accurate to the circumstances. Level ground, accurate representation of the type of trailer I am using and the car I intend to put on the trailer.***