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tomnoller
11-13-2018, 08:40 AM
Guys - Wife and I are planning a move back to Washington state from Iowa and I will need to find a car hauler I can trust. It's times like these I ask myself, why did I buy that last car? I have 3 and love them all, but will likely pick one to sell online and maybe tow one behind my pickup - leaving one to be hauled. (Probably the 63 Avanti)

hoping someone has had a history with a hauler they've used and would be willing to share their experience. I have 1,600 miles and two mountain ranges to cross. Ugh! Wife suggests I wait out the winter and store the cars until spring, to move then.

Thanks for any input/stories/recommendations!

sweetolbob
11-13-2018, 09:15 AM
As long as your pickup will haul it, U-haul. Don't leave home without one. Heavy duty, tracks well. Towed them as far a 1000 miles with my 83 Avanti on it. They were $55/dy back them.

Bob

tomnoller
11-13-2018, 11:56 AM
Thanks, Bob. I agree. Their stuff is stout and I've also used their trailers both open and enclosed, in the past.

t walgamuth
11-13-2018, 09:22 PM
Their car hauling trailers are top notch! I'd love to have one.

Bob Bryant
11-14-2018, 01:59 PM
My 1963 Avanti has had long rides on both U-Haul and Penske car haulers. Both were fine. It was entertaining to watch the passing cars brake to check out the Avanti on the CT to IN passage behind a Penske truck..