Hoist isn't here yet. Had to get the engine off my trailer and onto the stand anyway. (Please ignore the damage to the trailer, it was impacted by an idiot while being towed by a friend, and will be fixed this coming weekend):
I designed and built this trailer about 8 years ago. Specifically with a SLIGHT center of gravity forward of the axle. My weight is JUST enough to tip it to the rear if I stand at the very back. So I also built in the 'rear landing gear' you see above. I had the engine loaded to the rear, dropped one of the rear legs, unhitched, and let it down to the foot. Attached the plate of the stand to the motor, lined up the stand, kicked the leg out, and let the trailer/engine down untill they lined up, then pulled the trailer/engine back until the stand could 'recieve' the plate.
Done in 10 minutes.
(certified oil pressure, all 6 cylinders are within 5psi of 175psi compression, from a 95 Buick Riviera)