I have a bit of a history of loading up my vehicles:
These were all in or on the back of the GS that time:
Other loads include:
a 1920's treadle operated metalworking lathe and 3 bicycles in a Citroen Dyane
a 3 foot sheet metal guillotene in the GS
approximately 1/2 tonne of magazines in the GS (which broke the rear subframe
7 Bicycles and a load of display racking in, on top and on the back of Timex
4 bicycles and a GS rear Subframe in and on the back of a BX14
I managed to load the series 1 Land Rover to the roof with hardcore several times, plus a 1/2 tonne trailer loaded behind.
I also managed to load the same Land Rover almost to the roof with engines and gearboxes, plus tow a VW camper on a trailer.
2 Wartburg engines in the back of a Reliant Rialto (that made the steering light!)
4 2CV engines, 3 gearboxes and a couple of axles in a Wartburg (I did put more in but the mudflaps were on the ground then!)
The entire contents (filled to the roof) of an 8x10 shed full of H van spares, including a front subframe, engines, gearboxes, hubs assemblies etc. in an HW horebox (the rear end was almost on the stops!)
7 bicyles, a gazebo and a load of display material in the Dyane Nomad campervan.
A Synergie angine and gearbox in the back of Timex while collecting Visal Diesel (the tired hydraulic system struggled with keeping the back end up with that lot!)