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Old 10-14-2013, 05:01 PM   #29
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Well now it's me asking for some information. Hopefully I can get some information. I usually ship my customers Airstreams/Spartansfrom eith the New Jersey or Baltimore ports here in the US. They arrive at the Liverpool port, my customers or the shoppe that they are going to pick them up and the delivery is complete. I have a customer that wants to have their Spartan ported to the South Hampton facility which has litterly doubled the cost of shipping.
Does anyone possibly know of a repituable transporter severice or is their such a thing? The things they have to face with this transport. It has no brakes, UK specked axels and hydrolic brakes, but no brake activating hook up. so the vehicle has to be capable of pulling a 2,400 pound trailer... They must have a transporter plate.... I will include a 2 inch ball with it. It is just a hair smaller than a 50mm ball. I am attaching temporary light to it but has a flat american 4way plug on it... Normally everything is UK specked out.... but not this time. The trailer destination is a shoppe in

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Lower Green Farm Dairy, The Green
Great Cheverell
Wiltshire SN10 5UZ.

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Old 10-16-2013, 06:43 AM   #30
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younge fellowe young streamer thee testeth my braine... King Midus me thinks..culdd thatt be the namee ?? All for me grog.The Dubliners. Vocals Ronnie. - YouTube
Phillip the Third.
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Old 10-19-2013, 11:11 AM   #31
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Phillip the Third.
of Spain ??? you got me there...I was convinced of King Midus
I know Nothing of Philip the Third..Nothing ..

..You heard of the Midus touch??
Kind Midus wished for everything to be turned to Gold..
then wished it couldn't be ..
American archaeologists recreated his golden grog..
looked like sparkly wine and tasted of harsh cider..
A weird concoction of grape juice..beer..honey mead herbs and spices
Dogfish Brewery of Delaware recreated the drink from chemical analysis from dregs of the king's funeral feast found in his tomb 1950's ..
Brewery made one batch ..too expensive..
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Old 10-19-2013, 11:15 AM   #32
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Well now it's me asking for some information. Hopefully I can get some information. I usually ship my customers Airstreams/Spartansfrom eith the New Jersey or Baltimore ports here in the US. They arrive at the Liverpool port, my customers or the shoppe that they are going to pick them up and the delivery is complete. I have a customer that wants to have their Spartan ported to the South Hampton facility which has litterly doubled the cost of shipping.
Does anyone possibly know of a repituable transporter severice or is their such a thing? The things they have to face with this transport. It has no brakes, UK specked axels and hydrolic brakes, but no brake activating hook up. so the vehicle has to be capable of pulling a 2,400 pound trailer... They must have a transporter plate.... I will include a 2 inch ball with it. It is just a hair smaller than a 50mm ball. I am attaching temporary light to it but has a flat american 4way plug on it... Normally everything is UK specked out.... but not this time. The trailer destination is a shoppe in
If I could help I would..I have absolutely no idea...
Hx1 and I struggled on our own to transport our Motorhome North..
It was all a bit higgilty piggilty
Thats one one of the reasons we chose a motorhome..
seemed easier...Good luck anyway..
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Old 10-19-2013, 11:20 AM   #33
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Be sure use to the advanced query structure when using Google.com. In your case, type the following "site:craigslist.org airstream+motor* OR airstream motor home" and the returned results will be exclusively from the craigslist site.

Alternatively, you can also use searchcraigslist.org or onecraigs.com to view matching ads across all craigslist locations with a single query.

This page will allow you add more selection criteria like diesel to a Google search: Google Advanced Search.
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Thanks for taking the trouble to respond..this is an old thread though..
and we have the motorhomes ...2 x 280 Diesel..
one in the USA and one in England..
Its still interested to read and I appreciate the input..
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