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I bought a car in BC to bring to Ontario. Anyone have a suggestion who to use?

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One of these might be able to help you or put you in touch with some one that can.

Jack's Towing 604-607-0772 Jackstowing.ca Sales.jackstowing@gmail.com Vancouver

PERFORMANCE AUTO TRANSPORT INC. 905-497-7770 www.performanceautocarrier.com info@performanceautocarrier.com Toronto, Calgary North, Calgary South, Edmonton, Halifax, Hamilton, London, Moncton, Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec City, Sudbury, Vancouver

Billen Transportation 416-477-8080 www.billentransportation.com info@billentransportation.com Toronto, Calgary North, Calgary South, Edmonton, Halifax, Hamilton, London, Moncton, Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec City, Sudbury

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I have an Avanti shipped from Montreal to Vancouver via SeaRail.....
It was inside a carcarrier freight car. Protected from outside damage.

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What car did you buy and from where.
If you wait until summer I will drive it back for you.
I like road trips.

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I used Mackie Transport, Oshawa Ont. to bring my 64 Pontiac back from Regina. Went on "stand by" for lesser rate as I wasn't in a hurry, they had a spot come open within 4 days !!!!!

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I tried to use Mackie in 2006 to bring a car I bought from the San Francisco area. After one problem after another I went out and got it myself. I do not recommend Mackie to anyone.

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another "option" is the "Choo Choo" train. Friend had a 62 GP shipped from BC to Toronto rail yard at Markham & Steeles a few years ago! He had one glitch, waiting for broker to pay the rail fee before car got released 2 days after arrival.

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www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/city-of-toronto/enclosed-car-truck-transport-delivery-shipping-moving/1335028535

Hi, I’m offering enclosed car or truck transport across Canada. If your buying or selling a car and need it delivered please contact me at 289 259 3156 for a free quote. Can also email me at gridlocktransport @outlook.com Fully insured Challenger, camaro, mustang, belair, charger, firebird, Nova, trans am, m3, m5, m6, R8, 911, gt3, gt2, Porsche, bmw, Mercedes, Honda, Acura, muscle car, classic car, inclosed, Float, Service, trailer, impala

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Having a hard time as most will not go to BC this time of year. Good thing I have a bit of time to do this.
thanks Ground Pounder

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Mackie's picked it up in Cobble Hill BC. on Thur. and will be here sometime Fri. to Tues. The biggest problem was the ferry ride with a transport for scheduling and expense.

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Think I saw an episode of Highway Thru Hell about this run. LOL

Best of luck getting your new machine.

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COBBLE HILL, BC

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I live in Cobble Hill. What did you buy and who from?
Cobble Hill is not very big.


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jarvis1 wrote:

I live in Cobble Hill. What did you buy and who from?
Cobble Hill is not very big.


 

 

Dang mang, if you'd spoken up earlier you could have just stuck a stamp on it and sent it on its way biggrin

I sure hope this doesn't end up being one of those "I really should have had someone look at it before committing" purchases we've all heard about.

 

 



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1912 T touring and no I had not seen it before paying for it. I assumed it is a project and if better will be a bonus. The pictures looked good of what I could see. Been in the same family since new in 1912 and very nice people to deal with. Extremely hard to find an early 1912 made in Canada Ford T that is original and complete as it is. No I am not going to rod this one sorry guys as this one is a keeper.
Now think of the age of this car by as how long were they making cars before 1912. My everyday driver would be older.



-- Edited by Smokin Joe on Tuesday 3rd of April 2018 08:46:24 PM

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