Trulyvintage

Phoenix To California Enclosed Vehicle Transport August 9th

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August 9th

Leaving Phoenix, Arizona

Headed to Long Beach and San Diego, California

30 feet enclosed trailer space available - 8 foot rear door - 7000 pound capacity

I am available to transport up & down

the West Cosst.


Thanks !

Please call or text

Jim
260-804-6695

 

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I dropped off this 1925 Model T Tudor at The MTFCA Museum on June 16th, 2020

 

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This marks the 11th Model T safely transported by me to this museum in the past several years

 

This is a true survivor in largely original condition

 

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Benefits of AACA Membership.

Today I dropped off this 1951 Ford Victoria in North Phoenix, AZ
that I picked up at The Early Ford V-8 Foundation Museum 
in Auburn, IN last week.

This is the second time I have transported this particular car.


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I need a car moved from Spokane WA to Sheboygan WI, brass car, no hurry given the virus restrictions.

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2 hours ago, Jim Nic said:

I need a car moved from Spokane WA to Sheboygan WI, brass car, no hurry given the virus restrictions.

 

JIM

 

maybe   YOU SHOULD START A NEW POST,

instead of adding onto a different post

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2 hours ago, Jim Nic said:

I need a car moved from Spokane WA to Sheboygan WI, brass car, no hurry given the virus restrictions.


Hi Jim

 

Every day the travel restrictions on state roadways is changing.

 

Interstate travel has not been restricted yet.

 

When I consider quoting transport - I have to factor in availability - I never thought state restrictions would be a consideration.

 

That said - seeing as Washington state is Ground Zero for CVOD-19

I cannot estimate when the probability of travel restrictions on state roadways will apply to scheduling transport.

 

i would focus on secure storage options of your vehicle if I were you.

 

6 minutes ago, Marty Roth said:

 

JIM

 

maybe   YOU SHOULD START A NEW POST,

instead of adding onto a different post


Hi Marty 👋

 

Yes that would be ideal but since he already posted on my thread .....

 

 

Jim

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1 minute ago, Trulyvintage said:


Hi Jim

 

Every day the travel restrictions on state roadways is changing.

 

Interstate travel has not been restricted yet.

 

When I consider quoting transport - I have to factor in availability - I never thought state restrictions would be a consideration.

 

That said - seeing as Washington state is Ground Zero for CVOD-19

I cannot estimate when the probability of travel restrictions on state roadways will apply to scheduling transport.

 

i would focus on secure storage options of your vehicle if I were you.

 


Hi Marty 👋

 

Yes that would be ideal but since he already posted on my thread .....

 

 

Jim

 

 

 

I couldn't tell if he intended to tag onto your thread, or just didn't know how to note his need-

Hope I didn't step on your toes - surely not the intent, or if you were even traveling that direction

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Thanks Marty 😉

 

I don’t mind.

 

These are trying times for us all.

 

I have a lot of frustrated folks contacting me - circumstances beyond my control are determining where & when I can transport.

 

That can change daily ... 🥜

 

 

Jim

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Thanks for the advice. I understand it is a difficult time. Luckily so does the current owner.  He has it in his private museum until I can arrange something.  I can probably pick it up myself in May if I have to.  Yesterday I picked up a vintage tractor in Illinois without problems.  My friend is a state trooper and he says Wisconsin is not going to enforce any travel bans involving commerce at this time.  It is interesting that interstate commerce is now being impacted by individual state rules.  I am a physician and involved in Covid planning.  We have only had 7 cases so far in our county and none serious enough to be hospitalized thank God. That being said,  we are still planning for the worst.

 By the way Marty is is also posted as new topic, but I saw Jim’s postings and responded directly as well.

Jim

 

 

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I just dropped off this beautiful genuine 1968 Chevy Camaro SS in Roseburg, Oregon.

The Seller met me along I-17 in Phoenix - the Buyer met me along L-5 in Roseburg.

 

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Jim

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Posted (edited)

I loaded up this 1955 Chevy Belair and 1957 Willy’s CJ-5 at The Anacortes Ferry Terminal last week.

 

These vehicles were driven into the ferry at Orcas Island, Washington  to make the trip.

 

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Jim

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