Re: [DMCForum] transporting a D
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Re: [DMCForum] transporting a D

Well, here's my two cents on the transport either way:

Yes, the car MUST be facing forward. Otherwise, wind resistance on the
louvers may well tear them apart. If your louvers are already cracked, it
will definitely tear them apart.

In terms of protecting the cracked louvers, is the car OK to drive? If you
can drive it as-is, it should transport as-is just fine. I can't really
think of any way of protecting the louvers from further damage, other than
maybe a large amount of duct tape. Personally, if they don't sustain further
damage while driving, I think they'd be fine on the truck.

I wouldn't put it on top of the carrier. Underneath seems safer to me, too.
He's probably worried about potential oil leaks from cars sitting above it.
I'm pretty sure the transport companies address such issues. On the other
hand, riding on top shouldn't hurt it any. I don't see how it could be much
different from just driving down the freeway.


On 1/24/07, Lauren <LPLand@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> That's the burning question Ryan. Someone from UK sniped the auction
> and now we're talking about the logistics of money transfer. The guy
> in MA still wants it afaik, so if it doesn't work out with UK dude, I
> guess it'll go to MA..............................LP
> >So, is it MA, or the UK?
> >
> > > it looks now like my D is going to MA and not to France.

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