Hi Joe, No special custodian unfortunately. Maybe there is a business there for someone. The chain of custody pretty much looks like this: - transporter from home to airport (your local towing company or authorized dealer etc) - at the airport the cargo company (in my case Cargolux) receives the car. - before leaving JFK the car had a dangerous good inspection, where they went through the whole car including all the bags of spares, took out a lithium starter pack and took out a cigarette lighter tire pump because the thought it had a battery in it (it did not). - next customs inspects the car and the paperwork, you need to provide all your info, registration, title (which doesn't exist for this car as it's too old for the state of CT to issue one), the original sales invoice (even though it was > 10 years ago, go figure) and a bunch of other stuff - then cargolux is responsible for the car until it arrives at the specified destination which in this case in London Heathrow. Now to make matters more complicated, it flew from JFK to Luxembourg (I guess the clue is in CargoLUX) and then it gets trucked on the same pallet it flew on, to Heathrow, where it clears customs and gets delivered to the clearing agent over there (in my case Autofreight) - Autofreight then give the car to the local carrier (in my case the fine gentlemen from DK Engineering who will prep the car and take it to Salon Prive). - I'm going to miss that show but should arrive in time to start the rally on Wednesday Sep 6th. At which point I will be in charge of the car until I deliver back to Autfreight for the return journey. - What a pain in the ass I hear you say. "Yes!" is my reply. - The way home hopefully will be a little simpler as I should be able to fly with Virgin directly from Heathrow to JFK.