Shipping FAQs

The dash board is over 4 feet long. How should I pack it?

For 911 dash boards get two "lamp" boxes from a Uhaul moving supply store. Wrap the dash in bubble wrap or other suitable packing material. Put the dash in one box, slide the second box over the first and tape them together.

For 924, 944 and 928 dash boards get two "utility" boxes from a Uhaul moving supply store. Put the dash in one box, slide the second box over the first and tape them together.

What is your shipping address for dash boards, consoles, door panels, door bins etc.?

Ship to 7250 Drexel St, Dearborn Heights, MI 48127. Include your contact information.

Which Shipping company should I use?

Fed Ex, UPS, or US Postal Service.

I have a set of seats to be re-upholstered or I'm  going crate up and ship you the entire interior. What address should I ship it to?

The shipping address for seats and crates is Classic 9, 2801 South Beech Daly Rd, Dearborn Heights, MI 48125. This is a commercial address with a forklift. Deliveries accepted  Mon - Fri, 9 - 5 Eastern Time.

How should I pack the seats?

Get two "wardrobe" boxes from a Uhaul moving supply store. Wrap the seats in a blanket or bubble wrap.

Which shipping company should I use for seats?

Options available.

1. Ship via Greyhound Package Express. Go to www.busfreighter.com.  This is the most economical way to ship seats.

When shipping Station to Station via Greyhound(Busfreighter.com) ship to the Southfield station. Be sure our name, Classic 9, is on the box and our phone number, 313 682 1983.

2. Fed Ex or UPS. Often double the cost of Greyhound but will deliver door to door and have better insurance coverage.

Pack the seats before bringing them to Fed Ex or UPS depot. This will save money.

If you bring the seats to The UPS store or Kinkos (Fed Ex) be prepared to pay for packing and shipping.

Who pays the shipping costs?

You. The customer pays for both incoming and return shipping.

How do you ship back to me?

Most often by Fed Ex ground or Fed Ex Home Delivery for average sized items. The US Postal Service for small items.  Greyhound when economy is necessary. I do not use UPS.