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shipping a car interstate

I'm currently looking at a few options to ship a car interstate. It isnt registered and isnt running, (no motor or box). If someone has done this before any recommendations as to a company and how the whole thing went, and most importantly did the car arrive safely ?
If not it'll be a tandem trailer behind the VS V6 ute. 10hrs each way. Longer on the return due to towing.

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last year saw side of road sale car outside Coffs Harbour,got quote from TNT to ship to Gold Coast ( 400k approx ) told me $720 for job or cheaper if more cars going that way on trailer, hope the guy sold it, was nice car but I didn't follow up.

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Mine arrived with all the little bits missing, gear knob, petrol cap, ashtray etc. Also tear in roof lining because I think the carrier loaded it up with other stuff. All liability denied "mate it was like that when we picked it up"

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Buddy, i'm about to bring a HJ tonner back with the help of a car wholesaler, cost around $400 and thats from Bris to Melb. Not sure what the go is if it's not running, might work out cheaper bringing it back on the back of the VS and you know it's gonna be safe.

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