The other night I put down deck paint in my Bayliner (ongoing project). Stuff takes forever to dry even with a fan, so I figured I'd move it outside for the day to let the sun and wind hurry it up but my dad poked me to tow it around a bit...since the LeSabre's hitch and wiring were ready to go I said "why not"
I have load adjusting coilover Monroe Sensatracs in the rear and a set of heavy duty TRW springs (springs not yet installed, passenger side is shot). Also have an adjustable height receiver to level things out when primetime comes. I'm mostly waiting on a new impeller housing for the sterndrive of the Bayliner; if you haven't seen my posts on it before I've been working on it all winter, installing new stringers, deck, and interior.
First time hitching the pair together...the 455 tows it rather easily (as expected ). Braking and stability are good too.