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As Bogey says, it's not very heavy, but cumbersome. Two people can easily handle it. Unbolt the side window panels at the top of the box, top of the B pillars, and along the top of the windscreen. Two of you then get indside, lift, and walk it back. The reason I suggest leaving the roof and side window panels joined, is it is easier to store that way. You can always unbolt the window panels from the roof when you're at that stage, or replacing the top seals.

I also agree, the amount of work in an rebuild makes the investment of a new frame inconsequential if you consider what it will add to the vehicles value, not to mention logenvity. There are simply too many areas for a 109 frame to rot, so if you thought you checked them all, surer than ****, a bad spot would show up 6 months after complettion. Don't waste your time welding on replacement outriggers to an old frame.
A good thing to have when undertaking a serious rebuild, is a parts truck, or another one close by to refer to. This is an unsolicited plug for 109 Bogey is selling.
 
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