1998 Ford Mustang Cobra ON A ROTISSERIE

Listing Information
Shipment Title:1998 Ford Mustan...
Shipment ID: 226161647
Customer:Chris R.
Date Listed:6/26/2014 7:51 PM CST
Date Updated: 7/17/2014 10:59 AM CST
Ended: 7/6/2014 7:52 PM CST
Budget: Place Bid
# of Bids: 1 (0 Active)
Auction Goods:No
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1998 Ford Mustang Cobra ON A ROTISSERIE
Origin, Destination, & Route Information
Origin
Residence
Pickup: Ready Now
Route

Est. Distance: 31.00 Miles
Destination
Business (without loading dock or forklift)
Delivery: ASAP
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1998 Ford Mustang Cobra ON A ROTISSERIE
Needs assistance loading: No
Total Weight: 1500 lbs
Needs assistance unloading: Yes
On a truck or trailer: No
Preferred truck or trailer type: Flatbed
Length: 17 ft 0 in. 
Width: 6 ft 0 in. 
Height: 6 ft 0 in. 
Weight: 1500 lbs
Measurements: Exact (measured)
Additional Information: I need my wife's 1998 Ford Mustang Cobra racecar transported from my current 2 car garage to a storage unit near where my new shop is being built (shop is behind schedule and house sold).

It is mounted (welded and bolted) to a rotisserie and undergoing a full frame-off restoration and tube chassis update. It is pictured upside down but rotates a full 360. It would be easiest/safest to transport upside down because the center of gravity is lowest this way and overall height is lowest. Measurements on length are rounded up to nearest foot which include the rotisserie. Car weighs approximately 1500lbs as is. Last race weight was 2959 with my wife in it and full of fluids - it now has no engine/transmission/suspension/much other. Rotisserie has 6 1500lb rated wheels and rolls easily around my garage and driveway with one person pushing.

Driveway you are transporting from is oversized 3 cars wide and very easy access. Because much of the car is in bare metal, transportation must be enclosed or on a good weather day, absolutely no moisture/rain exposure.

I also have a toolbox (loaded) if capable of doing 2 for 1 for extra $$$. 36" deep x6ft tall x 36" wide
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Question:
6/26/2014
OK so tell me this, how do we get this up the trailer?? what ideas u have?Report a Violation
Response: When I designed the rotisserie I measured a standard 19 ft international wrecker flatbed. It has eye hook provisions built into it to be loaded via electric winch then easy tying down once loaded. If you are trying to transport with a open car trailer similar to what we have for when the car is running and being raced I don't see it happening. 6/27/2014Report a Violation
Question:
6/26/2014
It is 11 foot wide. In picture the cradle does not look much wider then the car. Report a Violation
Response: I am trying to update the listing. I don't know why I typed that. Transported upside down, it is 6' wide, 6' tall, and 17' long. Each of these measurements is to the most outward point and rounded up to the nearest foot just to be on the safe side. Further notes are although it is a rotisserie and the car can turn, it is locked in the pictured position for transport via bolts and two come-alongs. There is no possibility of the car moving in relation to the rotisserie during transport. The rotisserie has welded tabs and eyelets for easy loading via electric winch and easy tie down once on a truck. When I designed it, the local gas station allowed me to take measurements of their standard 19 foot International car flatbed/wrecker so I designed it to load and strap down very quickly to that.6/27/2014Report a Violation
Question:
6/27/2014
Hi I live in mt.holly I have a 25ft gooseneck low profile hyd tilt bed trailer with winch. I can do after July 4th weekend if you are interested. I can do both shipments. Check my feedback. Thank you for your consideration yellow fever.Report a Violation
Response: Please note I updated the listing after a few people questioned the 11ft wide. I am trying to update the listing. I don't know why I typed that. Transported upside down, it is 6' wide, 6' tall, and 17' long. Each of these measurements is to the most outward point and rounded up to the nearest foot just to be on the safe side. Further notes are although it is a rotisserie and the car can turn, it is locked in the pictured position for transport via bolts and two come-alongs. There is no possibility of the car moving in relation to the rotisserie during transport. The rotisserie has welded tabs and eyelets for easy loading via electric winch and easy tie down once on a truck. When I designed it, the local gas station allowed me to take measurements of their standard 19 foot International car flatbed/wrecker so I designed it to load and strap down very quickly to that. I am very open on the timeframe, just looking for someone to take very good care of the car.6/27/2014Report a Violation
Question:
6/27/2014
Hello Chris. My name is Gary from Agmor Transport. The width says 11ft, is that right? Also, I can do this Monday/Tuesday for you. Do you have a budget in mind? Thank youReport a Violation
Response: I am trying to update the listing. I don't know why I typed that. Transported upside down, it is 6' wide, 6' tall, and 17' long. Each of these measurements is to the most outward point and rounded up to the nearest foot just to be on the safe side. Further notes are although it is a rotisserie and the car can turn, it is locked in the pictured position for transport via bolts and two come-alongs. There is no possibility of the car moving in relation to the rotisserie during transport. The rotisserie has welded tabs and eyelets for easy loading via electric winch and easy tie down once on a truck. When I designed it, the local gas station allowed me to take measurements of their standard 19 foot International car flatbed/wrecker so I designed it to load and strap down very quickly to that.6/27/2014Report a Violation
Response: Can it easily be pushed onto my trailer with help? When were you looking to do this? What kind of budget do you have? Thanks6/27/2014Report a Violation
Response: Pushed? Not even close to possible. It rolls easily on my perfectly level clean floor but trying to go up an incline on less than perfect surface...it's still 1500lb give or take.it was designed for electric winch minimum is a come-along and a bunch of people6/28/2014Report a Violation
Response: Ok. Thank you6/28/2014Report a Violation
Question:
7/3/2014
Hey John here, you will have better luck if you come up on the price. Now that everyone knows that your building a custom race car. There going to look at you like a cheep skate (NO PUN) that happens to my sister years back when needed her trans-am moved. Go figure now I'm in the transport business lol. But if you come up on your price and then offer extra for the tool box you may attract someone worth even tucking a RACECAR!Report a Violation
Response: I didn't set a price it's open bidding. Feel free to bid what you feel is fair7/3/2014Report a Violation
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