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Delray Beach, Florida, United States

Delray Beach, Florida, United States
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We are exotic and specialty auto dealer in Florida and looking to move vehicles from Florida to anywhere on the east coast, up to the N.Y. area.  We are looking to move vehicles at the end of the month of November. Our purpose is to keep our trailer loaded.  We are bonded and insured with all the vehicles we tow.  Feel free to give a call with all your questions.  Send us your best offer in moving your vehicle and we will try to accommodate.  Our transports are limited to smaller vehicles, mid sized cars, sedans and smaller SUV's.  Large vehicles with a large wheel base we may not be able to move.  Please feel free to inquire.

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