I would. IF I could tie it down right like was mentioned. I towed a Nissan 240sx on a tandem axle pintle-hook trailer. Dunno the combined weight but it wasn't light. And that trailer had no brakes, they were not working. Didn't have to go over 55mph though, it was alright weight wise.
But it wouldn't be good to have you trying to stop and hit a bump and that car go flying through the front of it lol!
Why don't you just rent a car-hauler from U-haul...?
On a side note. I have seen many people haul these old mg's and austin healy's. On single axle landscape trailers (they had breaks). They fit fine and one guy even pulled his setup behind a minivan to the local autox's. It seemed to work great.
But for that enclosed I don't think you will be able to tie down the car properly to make it work.
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