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I am interested in buying a Z that is located about 1500 miles away from where I live; by the way, I live in california. So, my question is......has anyone bought cars that are located out of state? If so, how was the car transported to your place; are there companies that can bring to you?
I am sure one can drive the car, but this car is not driveable. It has a very good body and no rust at all, and that's what I am intered in.
Any suggestions....I would really appreciate it????
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> I am interested in buying a Z that is
> located about 1500 miles away from where I
> live; by the way, I live in california. So,
> my question is......has anyone bought cars
> that are located out of state? If so, how
> was the car transported to your place; are
> there companies that can bring to you?
> I am sure one can drive the car, but this
> car is not driveable. It has a very good
> body and no rust at all, and that's what I
> am intered in.
> Any suggestions....I would really appreciate
> it????
> Thank you.

Heber,
Couple suggestions:
1) If you can drive there and have the right vehicle you can rent a trailer from U-haul and bring it back your self.
2) You can fly there - rent a truck from U-haul for the purpose and bring it back.
3) You can call a moving company and they will transport it for you
4) Look in your yellow pages or on the internet for car transport outfits and contact one of them.

If you have the time it will probably be cheaper to do it ourself. Be sure to check out all the options though.
Good luck,
Phantom
 

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> I am interested in buying a Z that is
> located about 1500 miles away from where I
> live; by the way, I live in california. So,
> my question is......has anyone bought cars
> that are located out of state? If so, how
> was the car transported to your place; are
> there companies that can bring to you?
> I am sure one can drive the car, but this
> car is not driveable. It has a very good
> body and no rust at all, and that's what I
> am intered in.
> Any suggestions....I would really appreciate
> it????
> Thank you.

You should call the DMV and see what regulations are involved in purchasing an out of state vehicle. My grampa once purched a van out of state and a state trooper had to go the the vehicle and verify the VIN# before he could get it.
Good Luck
 
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