1995 S6 problems/issues? AND auto shipping from VT to CO
quattro at frank.mercea.net
Fri Jul 21 02:44:18 EDT 2006
On Jul 20, 2006, at 4:56 PM, Tom Winter wrote:
> Airfare to Burlington isn't cheap. Around $350 one way unless you
> do the Jet
> Blue red-eye (a massive savings of $100 via Jet Blue). The flight
> itself is
> approximately 7 hours, so its a long one when you factor in layovers.
Are you aware of Kayak.com? Also, several carriers don't list their
fares with any of the search engines; Southwest is one of them.
> The big thing here is timing due to some serious deadlines at work.
> these are deadlines that can't be missed. The magazine I help edit
> MUST ship
> to the printer as scheduled to make newsstand distribution dates.
If I were in your shoes- having it transported or driven in this case
would be worth the $. Look at it this way- it'd be -really- bad if
the car broke down and you were late back, right? And what does
Murphy's law say about that sort of thing? :-)
> The clincher will be delivery times. If a shipping company can
> handle the
> job quickly, then it will become tempting to throw some extra $$ at
> problem to solve it and keep my time free.
...and keep the several thousand miles off the odometer.
> And, Chris at Force 5 is another option. He's offered to drive it
> out for me.
I can't think of anyone better qualified to look over the car before
leaving, and take care of any issues that might crop up along the
way...if you decide to go that route.
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