I have heard that trains beat the snot out of cars, something to do with the train's suspension being too stiff whereas a car carrier absorbs the bumps?? Dunno, but I'd recommend CEVA too, more professional than some muli-carriers I've some across. I'll gladly pick it up from their depot for ya too...
so whats involved take it to their yard 2 or so days before you go down i guess
and the cost$$
and you got to understand the 5+yrs of work and to just let some one drive it too hear and there thats trust i cant afford or have due to how rare the car is , was pondering the idea of a 2 day drive down as well probs only cost me $ 140 to 150 in fuel to get down there but i would like to get to the racetrack all refreshed for a 2 day event
ok lets research thanks for info guys
the main probs is there is 20+ cars from our car club going and transporters are being looked into but if they take you down they would like to take you back and i wish to visit some of the country side on the way home and have a little holiday as well
lots too think about for craig!! i now there will be a cost just how much hehe dont tell the missus!!oh shit shes coming along as well