Shipping Cross Country

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Mark Reich
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Shipping Cross Country

#1 Post by Mark Reich » Wed Jan 09, 2019 3:53 pm

I know this topic has been covered but I can't find the thread.

I am looking to ship my son's BMW from Massachusetts to Oregon. I would like to use an enclosed transport and looking for recommendations. Intercity is booked solid with no likely availability for months. I got a quote from Reliable (high) and United Routes LLC (reasonable, but know nothing about them). Any suggestions? I don't want to wait months as my son really wants his car.

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Re: Shipping Cross Country

#2 Post by Robert G Smith » Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:45 pm

Mark Reich wrote:I know this topic has been covered but I can't find the thread.

I am looking to ship my son's BMW from Massachusetts to Oregon. I would like to use an enclosed transport and looking for recommendations. Intercity is booked solid with no likely availability for months. I got a quote from Reliable (high) and United Routes LLC (reasonable, but know nothing about them). Any suggestions? I don't want to wait months as my son really wants his car.

Thanks.
Mark, I had a 356 Cab shipped from the east coast here to Oregon this last year and was very pleased with the company. Send me your email and I will send his contact information, the car arrived two days early and in perfect condition.
The fellows name is Glenn Crook.
Sincerely Bob Smith robertsm@kw.com

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