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Bills542003 Bill Snyder
Hendersonville, North Carolina, USA   USA
Am shipping a car from Oregon to North Carolina and need a decent shipper. Seems every company says they are great and all their competitors stink. Am always suspicious of sellers who are critical of their competitors. Anyone have any experience having a car moved in the past few years? Can you recommend a carrier?

Thanks
BIll

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boulderroller Silver Member Brian Cunningham
Farmington, Connecticut, USA   USA
1973 Triumph TR6 "Liz"
recent discussion on 6-Pack
Vehicle shipping



1973 TR6 CF4325U
"A" Type OD
Dual Webers

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erictr6 eric l
Denver, NC, USA   USA
I shipped my TR8 twice, once from Media PA to Denver NC by Horseless Carriage and then from Denver NC to Gulfport FL by Reliable Carriers.
First I reviewed the open transport carriers, the ones that attached the trailer to their 5th wheel truck. Just didn't feel comfortable with any of them and take the chance a stone or bird hits the car. They can be 1/3 to 1/2 the cost of a covered national transporter but I elected to go with the two I described above. Both the sales guy, dispatcher and driver were professional and careful with my 8.
Don't be shocked at the prices, its not cheap for a cross country trip.And if you ever are passing through Denver, look me up.
Good Luck!

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Sierra 6 Steve Wylie
Litchfield Park, Arizona, USA   USA
When I was transferred from Carson City to Phoenix, I used Reliable Carriers to transport my TR6, TR8, and Land Rover Disco.
Very professional, I would not hesitate to use them again. Admittedly, a little bit of a pucker moment seeing the cars up on the raised platform hanging in mid-air.


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