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Viper Transportation

Discussion in 'RT/10 and GTS Discussions' started by Carlos13, May 13, 2020.

  1. Carlos13

    Carlos13 Enthusiast

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    Hi all - I'm currently working on purchasing my first gen 2 Viper from out of state. Can anyone recommend a reliable transportation company preferably that you have personal experience with? Thank you
     
  2. viperman4125

    viperman4125 Enthusiast

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    I used Reliable Transportation twice on both of my Vipers, no problems, very professional, a little more money 9 not much ), but they will be there without a scratch,. and on time.
     
  3. WildBill

    WildBill Enthusiast

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    What viperman4125 said.
     
  4. Armen Nazarian

    Armen Nazarian Enthusiast

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    I used Montway Transport and did a great job shipping my Viper from Texas to Michigan.
     
  5. Carlos13

    Carlos13 Enthusiast

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    Thank you
     
  6. kell

    kell Enthusiast

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    I'm actually in the same exact same situation, first Gen II from out of state. I assume you all did enclosed transportation?
     
  7. kssssnake

    kssssnake Enthusiast

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    The key is to pay the most. Truckers get online offers through their brokers. They figure their routes based on location, price and delivery. If you don't pay $2000, good luck seeing your car in one piece. Had a friend personally drive to Florida and pick ours up. At least a 1000 mile trip two ways. Paid him $1400. Pay to play. This is Viper world. Good luck.
     
  8. cwilson80134

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    I've shipped my viper a couple of times and never paid anywhere near $2,000 and never had a scratch. If it's an enclosed carrier you should be fine.
     
  9. Sennahnamrecken

    Sennahnamrecken Enthusiast

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    It is also my 1st Viper and needs transport from WA to FL. I am going to use Montway Auto Transport which came highly reccomended and the price seems right.
     
  10. BlackViper03

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    I have personally shipped a number of cars - probably close to 12 to 15 (and even a couple of motorcycles.) I've had decent luck with Reliable - though they charge an additional premium to bring cars to some cities (I don't know if they still do this.)

    Unfortunately, I've had some horrible, horrible luck with shippers - even when shipping enclosed (my 1967 Cuda convertible was on the bottom and somehow oil dripped from above and ended up all over the white convertible top!) I also had a problem on another muscle car shipment with one of the shippers that had advertised/was promoted in the Viper magazine. My experiences show not to skimp on the bid - you'll likely pay more in the long run with those cheaper shippers or your car will wait a long time to move.
     

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