UPS ruined this antique 1953 Willys Aero Wagon concept studio model by shipping it in three boxes taped together with packing peanuts and bubble wrap. UPS claims they can “pack almost anything,” and that their “certified packing experts” “specialize in fragile and high-value items, including antiques.” Whoops!
A couple of weeks ago.. I found and purchased a very rare concept car from 1953.. as you will see in the Kaiser Experimental Photo.. this resides on the table on the upper right corner of the Picture.. The car is a Plaster Prototype 1953 Willys Aero Wagon Concept design Studio Model.. 1 of 1.. this was an American Version of a Ancient Chinese Vase.. I had the Seller Take this to a UPS Store to get Proffessionally packaged for shipping via UPS.. and of course insured for what I payed for it.. Not what its worth.. Look what I received.. a broken piece of history, a one of a kind that was told to UPS a AUTOMOTIVE ART SCULPTURE at the time of packaging… Im in total awe at how this was done. Three boxes taped together with peanuts and a little bubble wrap. The Insurance will never recover this piece of art work.. I cannot believe the carelessness of how this was done.