Once upon a time, I was considering buying TR Lister, Harris Goodkind's TR3.
Car was in the Fresno, CA area and I'm in Connecticut. Harris said he had
used a husband and wife outfit out of the midwest somewhere that traveled
back and forth coast to coast with stops along the way as necessary. Open
trailer as I recall. He seemed very pleased with the results (I had the
impression he'd used them more than once, but not sure. Anyway, I recall the
price quote being something like $900, but that was coast to coast. Seems
like AZ to IN should be MUCH less.
If Harris is still on the list, perhaps he could shed more light. Sorry, but
I don't have his address or tel number. Good luck.
>From: "Bill Miller" <email@example.com>
>To: "Spitfires" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "small_lbc list"
<email@example.com>, "big_lbc list" <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
"Douglas Frank" <email@example.com>
>Subject: RE: US listers: transport costs?
>Date: Sat, Aug 7, 1999, 8:32 PM
> I was trying to purchase a spitfire in Arizona. I live in Indiana. I
> called several transporters in both Arizona and Indiana. The cheapest rate
> was a just a little under $900.00. Made the $500 spit a little out of my
> price range! If you find a cheaper transporter, let me know, but all the
> ones I called were consistently around the same price ($900)
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> Sent: Friday, August 06, 1999 10:28 PM
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> Subject: US listers: transport costs?
> What should I expect to pay a transporter to haul a car from the
> left coast, to the right, enclosed?
> thanks! (U-Haul, here I come)
> Douglas Frank Compaq Computer Corp.
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