Engine shipping

Discussion in '1947-1954' started by ropo355, Jan 25, 2012.

  1. ropo355

    ropo355 Member

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    Hello everyone, I need to ship an engine across country and I was woundering who you guys have used in the past? Some one who's reliable and is not going to charge me an arm and a leg. Thanks Ron
     
  2. destryrideagain

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    Hi Ron, where is it coming from and where is it going? What engine is it?
     
  3. vwnate1

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    Heavy Shipping

    " Forward Air " oddly enough , is a Trucking Company that handles big heavy stuff cheaply .

    You'll have to crate it up or palletize it .

    Is there $ in good used L6 engines now ? they were worthless last thing I knew , sad thing as I run across good ones all the time but leave them for scrap .
     
  4. ropo355

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    The engine is a small block Chevy I'm shipping it from Denver, CO to Detroit, MI. It's a fairly stout engine that I picked up from a retired racer fairly cheap.
     
  5. Flashlight

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    I shipped a tranny from Tennessee to Houston for $175 with these folks. It was on time. Don't know if that's good or not.:confused:
     

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