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Date:         Fri, 4 Nov 2005 19:30:36 -0500
Reply-To:     Paul Guzyk <paullist@GUZYK.COM>
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From:         Paul Guzyk <paullist@GUZYK.COM>
Subject:      Re: Bought the Adventurewagen Top in Oregon - try Uship?
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You could also try it's a matchmaking service for moving stuff.

Perhaps someone is going that way with extra capacity in a big moving truck. Post a description and how much you are willing to pay to have it moved across the country.

I doubt anyone is going to direct to Ontario, but try a close US city like Detroit or Buffalo.

And if you are driving a long distance, perhaps you have extra room that you can make some gas money with by hauling someone else's stuff...

>Hello Volks, > >I am SO excited! I just bought the Adventurewagen top that David Jaffe >told the group about in Orgeon. Now all I have to do is figure out how >to get it to London Ontario! And of course install the sucker on my >van... > >How feasible is it to carry the Adventurewagen top on top of a regular >westy top? Its 2510 miles from Oregon to London and U-hauls are $400! > >Chris

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