Hemmings is a good source, but I understand some of those specialty companies charge really big $$$. If it's not some sort of pristine vehicle, you might consider contacting a moving company in your area...a reputable one. (Allied, Atlas, etc) If they can fit it into their time table and route, they may be quite reasonable. A friend of mine drives those for a living, and often transports vehicles...sometimes for the people who are making the move, sometimes for others. They'd much rather fill up the truck than make an empty or half-full run. Again, be sure they'll handle it carefully, and not pile furniture on top of it.
I used a company called Passport Transport our of ST Louis, MO. They were extremely careful and did a great job of moving my '70 Chevelle across country. They are listed in Hemmings and the Hemmings vintage almanac.
I've lost Dave and Karen Stuessi's address. If anyone knows it, please let me know. I think the business name was secure transport or something like that. They have a feature car on this site and are quite knowledgeable about Chevelles. I'd recommend them in a 'heartbeat'. Based out of Oregon, last I heard, but they are on the road a lot.
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