Trulyvintage

Direct Enclosed Auto Transport Lower 48 States Year Round By AACA Member

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I recently was asked to transport two Packards to The National Packard Museum in Warren, Ohio.

 

Both were from one owner families that had bought their cars new.

 

The transports were both done less than a week apart.

 

I ended up becoming a member - you should too.

 

Grandson of original owner - rare 1942 Packard Clipper Sedan Straight 8

 

 

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Jim

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1956 Packard Patrician - beautiful running car - original owner was a Packard Agency Dealer

 

 

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Side by side in the National Packard Museum

 

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Jim

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This doesn't happen very often with any vehicle .....

 

I dropped off this numbers matching ( frame & engine ) 1910 Sears Motorized Buggy in Burnet, Texas a few days ago .....

 

I had hauled it earlier this year from St. Louis, Missouri to Virginia for the new owner who sold it again in August

 

 

Jim

 

 

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Interesting car I dropped off today .....

 

I don’t haul too many of the big wide cars from Seller to Buyer in the states.

 

They usually go overseas.

 

 

Jim

 

1959 Buick Invicta Convertible 

 

 

 

 

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Just dropped off this 1924 Auto Red Bug in Ocala, Florida ......

 

 

Jim 

 

 

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2018 ended with with some Historic Hauls for me ......

 

Right after Thanksgiving - I drove up to Pennsylvania from Florida 

to pick up the second Stanley Steamer 12 Passenger Mountain Wagon

I was asked to transport - quite an honor indeed ......

 

i visited the shop of Alan Kelso where this has been for several years

undergoing restoration .....

 

 

Jim

 

 

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Then I drove west along I-76 and I-70 to St. Louis where I picked up I-44 west down thru Oklahoma City.

 

Then west along I-40 thru Barstow, CA to Hwy 58 and up Hwy 99 to pick up I-5.

 

Then north to Portland, OR where I met the new owner at a DMV office for inspection ...

 

 

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Jim

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Then - further north to Anacortes, Washington to board a state ferry .....

 

 

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My first delivery by ferry ....

 

To Orcas Island ....

 

 

 

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Jim

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