I only have experience with one, when I picked it up the guy who restored it took a new bedsheet & wrapped it around the whole thing, few pcs of tape at the end to keep it from falling off while he wrapped 1"? bubble wrap around and around top to bottom till it was all covered well, then shrink wrap tight around it the same way.
We laid it in the back of the pickup with stuff to keep it from sliding around and I hauled it a couple hours with no problems. I then did the same thing when I moved it from my office to my new house. You need a pal and a couple beers if you are so inclined. Easy to carry, nice and grippy, right to it's new spot then unwrap. You want to keep it flat loading and unloading instead of leaning on the tailgate unless you incorperate boards/plywood like Rod said.
This was a light gutted restored Tok 39.
I've always loved that pic, where are you St. Louis Mikey!!
Tok likes pictures (trib. to Rex, miss him too)