I used Alaska Car Transport to ship a 95 Wagon back to me (in the midwest) from my daughter in Anchorage. Booking the trip was relatively easy and the price was right for the distance but, communications re: the progress of the trip were nigh on to impossible. Phone calls went into a unanswered holding pattern and their website offered no help. The wagon was shipped to Washington State via a container on a barge and then waited for an indie transporter to carry it to me. The trip took longer than expected but the Saab finally arrived in dirty but sound condition.
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