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Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by wayne_fj40, Jun 2, 2003.

  1. wayne_fj40

    wayne_fj40

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    What company would all of you use to have a vehical shipped from one side of the united states to the other that is good and decent price ???Thanks cause this makes or breaks this cruiser sale


    Not really a tech ? But it is for a cruiser
     
  2. theo

    theo

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    I looked into this awhile ago for shipping motorcycles.
    http://www.forwardair.com was cheapest by far, but they didn't ship to Montana. Not sure if they ship full sized vehicles, though.
     
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    mayflower or beacons are both national, and can move vehicles (i've worked for both)
     
  4. Gus

    Gus SILVER Star

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    I'm facing the same problem, I've tried www.dasautoshippers.com, they'll ship anything from a restored Ferrari to a non-running POS to a cruiser(I've forgotten how much I was quoted but it wasn't as expensive as autotrans-express). You could try www.AutoTrans-Express.com if you get a little desperate, they aren't that cheap though, $1100 to ship a FJ40 cruiser from Vermont To Nevada. If you have a tow rig you could do it yourself for under $1000, provided you can get at least eight days off, the drive across country is really easy, done it a few times.