Ok, time to get serious. i'm getting ready to buy a trailer. 1) Are the decks of enclosed trailers generally lower than open trailers? a) It may be my imagination, possibly coupled with the fact that enclosed trailers usually use their entire rear door as the ramp----thus allowing for a much shallower loading angle vs. the usual two, single, short, metal ramps that open trailers generally use? b) It's not out of the question for me to go with an enclosed trailer. Although i would have to get a larger truck, which in itself, while not out of the question either, is not preferred due to wanting to not go to wild on the budget. But the reason why i'm asking about deck heights is, let's look at the following diagram: 2) Now, let me lay some background: a) i'm mostly into dragging and not needing to tow trucks or 4x4's not that there is anything wrong with that: (i have a 4x4 truck, which i'm planning on using for towing the trailer......) b) Now, in conjunction with "a" directly above, i am a "hardcore" project person, meaning that a lot of times a car cannot be driven up trailer ramps due to not having an engine, or the engine doesn't run, or it's late at night and we don't want to piss off the neighbors because i, unlike some of you, have consideration towards my neighbors , or for some other reason, the car can't be driven up the ramps. c) Also, as you may know, a lot of drag cars are very low in the front, or low overall.. And many have fiberglass or plastic spoilers in the front. 3) So, the main question is: How do you get a low profile car from point "A" in the diagram to point "B" in the diagram? a) i have seen plastic spoilers get cracked when trying to use a winch cable in this A-to-B area. b) Are there other solutions (like an enclosed trailer, for example?)? Once we get the front wheels at or past "B", then it's no problem to use a winch and cable., But A-to-B i worry, is a problem. Any other ideas?