Fiero Shipping (Page 1/1)
ChuckLS1 APR 03, 12:39 AM
I'm looking for a shipper for Fiero I am purchasing. The car is in Dallas and I need it shipped to Greensboro, NC. I have contacted Blackrams, not sure if he ships anymore. All the quotes I'm getting are over $1000.00.

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Chuck
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2000 Grand Prix GTP

Mike in Sydney APR 03, 04:23 AM
$1000 sounds right. I shipped my silver GT from L.A. to Fayetteville in 2011. Cost me $1300 USD. In 2018, I shipped my black GT from Holland, MI to Fayetteville for $950 USD. Both were shipped open trailer. Shipping from Charleston, SC to Sydney was $2000 USD.
Dennis LaGrua APR 03, 05:58 PM
You might try U-Ship. If you locate a shipper in your area who is heading in the direction of your location from the sellers area you might get a good deal but I believe that around $1000 is a pretty common rate. You can also look on Craig's list.

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Trinten APR 03, 06:52 PM
I found a site online where you could put in where the pick up/delivery locations would be, and car carriers would bid on it if interested. I got about 6 calls and emails in the first hour. Found someone to bring my car up from Florida (Orlando area? I think?) to Raleigh for 700.

I don't think it was u-ship (their site is not showing up as "viewed" in my browser, and I don't clear that part of my browser history), but I can't seem to find the site right now. If you go through a bid site like that though, it's less footwork for you, just a burst of eager salesmen reaching out to you for a couple of days. And since they know it's a bid, they will give their best price.
Dennis LaGrua APR 04, 11:02 AM

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Originally posted by Trinten:

I found a site online where you could put in where the pick up/delivery locations would be, and car carriers would bid on it if interested. I got about 6 calls and emails in the first hour. Found someone to bring my car up from Florida (Orlando area? I think?) to Raleigh for 700.

I don't think it was u-ship (their site is not showing up as "viewed" in my browser, and I don't clear that part of my browser history), but I can't seem to find the site right now. If you go through a bid site like that though, it's less footwork for you, just a burst of eager salesmen reaching out to you for a couple of days. And since they know it's a bid, they will give their best price.



You can get some good prices that way but I would make sure that the shipper is insured. There are some fly-by-night gypsies out there that do not carry insurance or you can buy insurance through your carrier.

[This message has been edited by Dennis LaGrua (edited 04-04-2021).]

Sage APR 04, 12:26 PM
I used these guys to ship a car (Fiero) from CA to OH and it was right at $900 to drop it in front of my house.

Creative RIdes

I initially talked to a "Mike" @ 954-445-2231

I talked to the actual driver when he was picking the car up and he communicated with me the entire time while in transit.

Good experience in my opinion.

HAGO!
ChuckLS1 APR 17, 06:53 PM
I found a shipper, $850.00, which includes the $150.0 winch fee since the car does not start. I used MoverJet Logistics. They had some pretty good Google reviews. The person delivering the car is local here in this area where I live. I should get it Tuesday.