The bottom portion of this thing is built to work-bench standards inside. It probably weighs ~200 lbs. It came out of the basement the way the drill-press went in: strapped to a cart, planks on the hatchway stairs, and my truck parked on the lawn acting as an anchor. Some time back I picked up a 15' tow strap on a whim. It was very handy today. I fastened one end to a chain connected to my truck and looped the other end through the handle of the hand truck and back up. Pulling on the end gave me a 2:1 mechanical advantage, and up she came!
I had to repeat this technique to get the cabinet up onto the deck. This time I screwed a large hook into the deck for my anchor point. The trip up the ramps was much easier as the deck steps are at about a 30° angle vs. the 45° angle of the hatchway stairs.
The top part I just lugged by hand.
Some fussing and poking later, and the two pieces were mated together, the floor vacuumed, and the assembled unit pushed up against the wall. It's certainly a step up from the hacked-together make-do table that it replaced. :-)