I've seen the Cozy Mk IV hauled on a low deck flat bed on an angle.
You will need a very low deck trailer. Know your Height when loaded.
Check every overpass and the one you fail to read may make you CRY.
This to allow it to fit with in width and height limits on the road ways.
My dad used foam and straps to secure the Aircraft He hauled.
Twist the straps over so they are not flat and allow them to vibrate.
When you go down the road and hear them you'll figure this out.
Most Flat bed Drivers twist there straps and the Rookies can be spotted
when they fail to twist them. Your load will be in the wind so you
need to think how this will effect your new AC. Nothing can rub
and wear so you need to recheck your load 10 miles after you get going
then 50 miles and every time you stop get out and check every thing.
Invest in good straps. I mean ratchet straps. Ropes are ok if you haul
stuff every day and can use a good slip knot. Support every edge with
piece of carpet, rag or something to help. I've wrapped tape on the
rope to prevent damage. Use good but useful carpet end cuts and
these can be screwed to the deck and used to brace when applied right.
You might be able to use an old mattress to protect your wing.
Look around and call Mattress Stores if you can barrow there used junk.
You may need to build a brace to keep wind damage from attacking the
rudders. So take your Black N Decker tools and supplies to make it work.
Bring tape. light bubs and hand tools 2x4's at the local hardware store too.
Wire connection to the trailer always fail with the ground. A wire brush and
a 177-22 caliber bore brush helps to keep the fuzz happy.
Avoid Rest Stops. Too many bad stories.
How to load the Fuselage and hold it at an angle... I have yet had to do this to a Canard.
The other AC were salvage and we did it by shear Man power and Come a Longs..
Check a few Builders logs and check with them on there trip from Garage to Hanger.
Don't go alone and Never Ever do Business with Cash. EVER. Not past a few hundred,
Trust what you can verify. Hope you know what your buying. Buyer Beware.
On the O-320,,,,,, I would look at the IO-360 series Lycoming's if I was going to use this type Engine,
Also I've read about the heat and cooling issues builders fight with these Air cooled engines. Some one has to have perfected this by now. Down draft / Up draft / Split draft mix who knows. Air cooled is not my option so your on your own. Research this so you might get it right for your AC.
I'd rethink the baffling design. Every one starts with the Tractor design from the Conventional use of these power plants..... Maybe the baffling needs to be rethought because the Air flow is not flowing into the nose but exiting there...... Directional baffling to individualize the cooling to each Jug? Thus one could install butterfly valves to limit or open cooling air flow? Jug jackets and Air flow Manifold?. Don't attack this. It was a 2 minute thought. So the punch line wasn't written. Good Luck.