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Discussion in 'Auto Parts' started by 1998cobrasvt, Feb 16, 2016.
SOLD SOLD SOLD!
Wheels going on a 1994 Rally 3000 GT!
Probably look good on a Fusion or a Focus
Sure would! Id love to see some photoshop magic, I bet it'd flow pretty well.
greyhound shipping is great for big things like this.
Id absolutely ship them greyhound if that's how the buyer wants it done! Great idea, thanks Scott! Dont they average like $50-$60 shipping costs for the set when shipping with them? So much better then UPS's $200 Quote
How does that process work? I've heard talk of it, but never experienced it....
I have not shipped with Grey Hound yet but have spoken with people who have. (Correct me if im wrong Scott) Im assuming you package wheels and drop it off at a predesignated terminal in your state which then goes to another predesignated terminal in the location nearest buyers destination.
Uship is also a possibility, ive seen guys ship far for $100 which is fair.
if is exactly like shipping normally except its the bus station and you need the receivers phone number. make sure that it still packaged so it will not leak but they just stuff it under the bus if its heavy or in the bus in a seat if its small and light and they are off. If it needs to be taken off at a stop and transfered there is someone on the next platform waiting to grap it. It is nice and chap for the price as I said before the corbeau suede/leather were heaver then I expected and with two heavy boxes I think we got out for around $60. The other nice part about them is they do not go through all the automation systems that break things. When it gets to where it is supposed to be they will put them in a secure area and give you a call to get them. I thikn I was sick that day too and could mot get away form this problem
I remember this company from the 90's. They made replicas of TSW, American Racing, etc.
[MENTION=12407]SVTstang96[/MENTION] please close this thread