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Shipping non running car St Paul to San Diego

Discussion in 'North Central - USA (MI, IN, OH, KY, WV)' started by bighitter2, Jan 13, 2022.

  1. bighitter2

    bighitter2 Formula Junior

    May 7, 2005
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    virginia usa
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    chuck coli
    I need a non running car (and a wood crate of parts ) that is 3/4 the way thru a full restoration transported from St Paul Mn area to San Diego Ca area can anyone make suggestions thanks Chuck Coli
     
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  3. WmacMI

    WmacMI Rookie

    Jul 7, 2021
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    Jackson MI
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    T. Wayne MacGregor
    Have you looked at uship? That can get you in contact with a carrier, rather than a broker.
     
  4. PaulK

    PaulK F1 Rookie
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    Apr 24, 2004
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    Michigan
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    We gotta know... What did you get?!
     
  5. chris marsh

    chris marsh F1 Rookie
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    Aug 30, 2005
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    ive used uship before. those are the guys from shipping wars tv show.

    I just had two cars shipped from LA to Detroit by LM Motorsports. $2500 each even though they were on the same truck.
     
  6. WmacMI

    WmacMI Rookie

    Jul 7, 2021
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    Jackson MI
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    T. Wayne MacGregor
    Ouch. Probably is the current going rate though unfortunately, with inflated fuel costs, etc. Back in November I was quoted anywhere from $1500 to $3k for Phoenix to Michigan.
     
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  8. gt1995

    gt1995 Formula Junior

    Sep 3, 2011
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    Rockville, MD
    The challenge you are likely to run into is loading and unloading. I just did the same for a non-running car and load of parts. Got lots of very compelling quotes via UShip, and could easily have had the car winched onto one of the shippers’ single-car trailers (specify that you need a winch), but most had no way of getting the car *off* of the trailer. In the end, I wound up hiring a rollback tow truck for the job, at double the cost of UShip…

    The other option that some of the shippers requested was to have a forklift or similar at both the loading and unloading points, which was not going to happen. My distance was less than 200 miles though.
     
  9. vrsurgeon

    vrsurgeon F1 World Champ
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    Dec 13, 2009
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    Charleston, SC
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    Curt
    I’m using Passport in June if I’m moving. They will do a non running transport but there will be a fee.
     

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