Wowwwww!!! Imagine the insurance policies on that truck...if it got into an accident, over $1 mil. in fine cars....great pics!!! I wonder what other cars mine will be in (prob. a Taurus and Hyundai)...I shall take pics as well!The attached photos are of the delivery of my M6 in December, in a elementary school parking lot in Maryland. The "closed" semi truck couldn't easily navigate the road in front of my house, so we met around the corner. Car had come from Denver, and was in great shape, despite being shuffled on and off a couple of times to facilitate other vehicle deliveries. The Maybach was enroute to Brooklyn, NY the next morning. It's sticker was $345, which impressed the driver. Also aboard was an old GTO. Amazing business.
Hey, another Phonecian! How close did they get to your home or was it literally 'door to door' service?I'll throw in another recommendation for Intercity. They are great to deal with and take very good care of the vehicles.
They are the contracted carrier for Barrett Jackson Auto Auctions so that should give you an idea of the caliber of vehicles that they deal with on a regular basis.
It was door to door, but I live in an old part of central Phoenix so the roads are straight and wide. If I were in a newer development with curvy streets then they may have had some trouble.Hey, another Phonecian! How close did they get to your home or was it literally 'door to door' service?
Dirty I don't care about. I would just be worried about them jacking something up loading/unloading/securing the car. It is a few hundred dollars cheaper to go that route. Going from NY to AZ isn't cheap....I've done open transport before. If you want to get the dirtiest car ever delivered to you...do it open.