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Mpgp1999

Enclosed towing wanted June 2018

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 I am trying to go to the national meet this year but I am having a hard time finding transport for my car. I will be coming from Western CT 06877  and going to Green Bay Wisconsin 54304.  I want the car to arrive on Sunday, June 17.  The car must go  in a enclosed trailer.  I am trying to do this for under a grand.  Since I am 18 and I only make minimum wage it is very hard to do the shows.  If anyone has any information on how I can get my car there safely let me know.  I have a 1926 Dodge type a sedan.  The interior of the car will have some stuff to transport for the swap meet on the Friday of the show. 

 

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10 hours ago, Mpgp1999 said:

I found a shipper with a single car enclosed trailer that can do the trip for 1200

 

Please check the references of this carrier - be sure that this one hauler, and not just a broker, and will not off-load somewhere for someone else to pick up, with multiple stops, transfers, delays, etc.

Sometimes the sweetness of a cheap price pales in the light of disappointing service.

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On 4/24/2018 at 11:59 AM, Mpgp1999 said:

I found a shipper with a single car enclosed trailer that can do the trip for 1200

 

Someone pulling an enclosed car hauler trailer 2000 plus miles round trip to a car show would have more than $1200 in out of pocket expenses for the trip.

 

Jim

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On ‎4‎/‎30‎/‎2018 at 4:42 AM, Trulyvintage said:

 

Someone pulling an enclosed car hauler trailer 2000 plus miles round trip to a car show would have more than $1200 in out of pocket expenses for the trip.

 

Jim

 

Not including tolls, and other expenses.

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It cost me 650.00 just for a 132 mile trip.. in a enclosed car hauler. I paid the mileage from his house to site and back home..

 

I just did a one way trip.. He did three stops.. also..  He also picked up a 6 figure car..

 

Not the cheapest - but he hauled for guys I trust..

 

Check out your insurance policy who pays for dents??  If something happens ..

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