Open the back of the organ. Take notice where the tone generator is...look deep and you will see it hangs off of 4 springs, one in each corner. Now, look underneath the the main body, and you will see 4 small bolt heads going through what looks like a small disc, located near each corner of the tone generator. They actually have a spacer built into them, so that when the organ is set up to play, these bushings allow the tone generator to float on the springs to keep all the mechanical noise from being transmitted through the case. To transport the organ, remove all 4 bolts,flip the bushings over so that the flat part is against the wood, and the bolt head is against the smaller end. Now reinstall them in the same holes, and tighten them down. You now will be tightening the tone generator against the wood, so it doesn't flop around while you are moving it.
To remove the pedals, just lift the inside edge..( closest to the center of the organ..) both ends at the same time...and pull back. There are no fasteners, there is just a locating pin at each end of the pedalboard that drops into 2 holes in the pedal keyswitch lower rail. Be VERY careful reinserting the pedal board...it is easy to jam up one of those little springy pusher tabs if you don't engage both sides evenly and carefully.
The CV is similar to a B-3, but there's more to it than just no percussion. Some of our seasoned Hammond pro's can tell you all the differences..the vibrato system is somewhat different, and I believe you have vibrato on both keyboards, or none..they're not seperate.
Hope that's enough info to get it home! Good luck! Tim