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alleyski
9/16/2008 22:46 EST

We are moving lock, stock, and barrel to guatemala in nov 2008. Any information on fees for bringing our belonings, including autos, would be appreciated. Maybe a contact number for someone who has the inside scoop.
Thanks,

Allen

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nsundholm
9/20/2008 17:59 EST

Hi Allen
The best and cheapest shipping I have found is Medrano Express. They do door to door. Most people advise buying a car there. I ellected not to have a car after I bought one just to drive there with my stuff. Brian Wilson from Novia Real Estate in Antigua has an article on all of this on their web site. Very informitive.

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