T1 for export from Brazil - Check daily new inventory buses

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brazilianclassiccars
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T1 for export from Brazil - Check daily new inventory buses

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Hi
We are an export company in Brazil with many T1 for sale.
All are made in Brazil (only 2 made in Germany).
We have a FB photo album with all the models available.
https://www.facebook.com/brazilianclassiccars
Check the models that you need more information and get in touch.
If you need a special requirement, let us know and we will try to find it for you.
We ship worldwide, here are some shipping charges for a 20´container with 1 car.
Freight Quotation (may vary a lot when shipping, we always will check with 3 or 5 shipping forwarders in order to get the best service)
Bus shipped inside a 20feet container
From Paranagua Port - Brazil to:
Bremerhaven or Rotterndan US$ 550,00
Livorno, Barcelona or Genova US$ 900,00
Belgium US$ 812,00
Port Everglades US$ 1.620,00
Sidney Australia US$ 1.300,00
Prices valid until 31/July/15
Best regards
Brazilian Classic Cars
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Re: T1 for export from Brazil

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Interesting.

Is it really a third of the cost to ship to Rotterdam (@~2X the distance) vs Port Everglades?
Is it the port size/shipping volume that drives the price?

Not doubting you, shipping costs work in mysterious ways, just curious.
Addendum to Newtons first law:
zero vehicles on jackstands, square gets a fresh 090 and 1911, cabby gets a blower.
EZ3.6 Vanagon after that.(mounted, needs everything finished) then Creamsicle.
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Re: T1 for export from Brazil

Post by brazilianclassiccars »

It is a mistery, you are right, just for you to know, China to Brazil a 20 is about US$ 160,00! And the return is about US$ 1.500,00. They calculate the freight as they have more or less cargo, if they have more cargo the price increase.
That is the reason we have at least 5 shipping agents here to quote the best shipping freight, on a 20 container or ro-ro.
Regards
Rafael
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Re: T1 for export from Brazil

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Lot of nice looking buses. Different styles than what were released in the States.

Shipping costs, like airline tickets, mostly based on what they can get. Always screws me up when price has no relation to cost.

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Re: T1 for export from Brazil - Check daily new inventory buses

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Beware of this seller!

Below is a link with experiences from this seller!

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