Momentum Transport Moves 239 Cars for Private Collector

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Vintage Cars Offered through Leake Auction

We look forward to working with them again in the future.

G&G Vintage and Classic Cars commissions Momentum Transport to move 239 classic vehicles to the Leake Auto Auction for an unnamed private collector.

The auction--presented in joint partnership by Leake Auto Auction of Tulsa and Coys of London--showcased an incredible collection of classic Aston Martins, Bentleys, Ferraris, Rolls Royces, Jaguars, Lamborghinis, and classic street rods. This collection was said to be one of the 'most significant' group of European collector cars offered in Texas.

A total of 381 vehicles were auctioned at the Reliant Center, 239 of these belonging to a private collector. Momentum's ability to coordinate the transport of these timeless vehicles ensured that the auction was a complete success.

"It was an overwhelming honor to have G&G Vintage entrust Momentum with the transport of this rare collection of classic vehicles to the Leake Auction, " said Greg Giles, CEO of Momentum Transport. "We look forward to working with them again in the future."

Momentum made news recently as the 2009 BBB Winner of Distinction, as well as receiving an "A+" rating from the Better Business Bureau.

Since 1996, Momentum Transport has been the nation's premiere provider of car transport and freight shipping services. Momentum's goal to provide value-priced, hassle-free auto transport services has helped to vault the company to one of the largest and most well respected car shipping providers in the country. From multi-national corporations and dealerships to the everyday consumer, Momentum Transport assists in the movement of thousands of vehicles and loads of freight on a yearly basis--while never comprising it's commitment to unmatched quality and seamless customer service. For more information, call 1-866-309-7700 or log on to http://www.momentumtransport.com.

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