Ordered a trailer yesterday (car should be here by the 16th)
6.5X12 utility trailer (with rails, which I can use both to mount a tire rack and also allow a 3/4" drop in the deck height, due to use of angle instead of box section steel).
4" drop axle and 14" wheels brings deck height down to 13.5".
Weight is right at 1000#. Once I added in a below deck spare/mount, a ramp lip, the drop axle and tax/license it was right at $1700.
Ordered up (4) 5' sections of E-track and ratchet wheel baskets to keep the car in place, but am still noodling on ramps. I'm looking at various folding aluminum ramps designed for ATV's e.g. http://www.discountramps.com/dual-atv-ramps.htm
The thought is that I could easily take some 5"X12" square tubing lengths and make transport "sleeves" for the folding ramps that I could either weld in under the deck or (maybe better) stack vertically against the deck/rail on the tongue. If I go the vertical route, that provides the first couple of feet of a rock guard on the front...once I add the tire rack (which will have either sheet or diamond plate on the front), the car will be pretty well protected on the road.
Of course, I could also just buy a couple of 8' 2X8's ;-)