Shipping a classic car that does not run can add costs and complexity to the process of shipping a car. Shipping a classic car that does not run is a common problem. Many classic cars are still original and need a tune-up, or might be under restoration, or be a project waiting for someone to start working.
By doing a little research online, search engine results will lead you to many auto transport companies who provide such services to transport your car to any location of the country. But there are so many to choose from who all claim to offer the same ‘best auto transport’.
You have your 1950 Morris Minor you restored from pretty much scratch and while it’s certainly not a “sexy” car, you love it beyond belief. So when it comes time for you to transport this classic several hundred miles from point A to point B.
In our mind, all classic cars are beautiful. The gorgeous, streamlined 1935 DeSoto Airflow SG makes our mouth water. The sleek, aerodynamic Tatra 87 is a car of our dreams. There are many more, of course, too numerous to mention.
Classic car owners are a special breed of people. Not only do they have a love of the fine workmanship that went into the car’s design and engineering, they probably enjoy not only driving the car, but could happily putter in the garage and tinker on it for hours on end.