I used Passport Transport. Good service, you can track the car movements, nice drivers.
Remember this: After contacting 4 different places, the prices where all within $150 bucks of each other.
YOUR car will not be the only one they are delivering. So, if they need to go 400 miles out of the way to deliver another car, they are going to do it. Don't make a big deal out of it.
And, because some asses have made a big deal out of that, they will over estimate your car's time of arrival. They told me "within two weeks" It showed up in 3 days. NICE! But, there might have been other pick ups and deliveries that would of delayed my delivery. Maybe their truck needed some repairs. It's the unknown that the asses get all bent over that they can not control. What's the big deal?
Non-running cars, no brake cars cost more to ship. They have to use winches, chocks, just more trouble - YOU pay for that.
Some shipping companies do not get back to you, sorry for them.
It's cheaper if the car rack they use is open, but, do you want to use them if your car has a trunk and interior full of NOS parts? Usually a little more for enclosed shipping.
Hope this helps everyone.
67 GT 350 (#0036)("Miss July" 2004) owned since 1971. And I still drive it...SAAC 29 Concours GOLD, Div II, MCA Concours Trailered Gold 2X,
Also: 67 GTA S code COUPE (under construction)
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Reliable Carriers - enclosed transport. I have used them more than once. You can get a quote on their website. DAS is fine for open transport. Used them in the past but not recently as I have opted for enclosed transport.
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