Yes, but it depends a LOT on exactly where you are located. The best thing to do is go to www.freightquote.com
and search. They act as a sort of broker, you get estimates online from various carriers, and you can choose one, print out a bill of lading online, and ship it, then they bill you later.
If you can take it, crated, to the terminal, it saves a lot. They can forklift it into and out of a pickup truck. It costs a lot more if they have to pick up or deliver from a residence, or anywhere else without a loading dock or forklift. I was quoted $70 extra for a hydraulic tailgate truck to come to my house.
I shipped a 351W from San Diego to Mass for $336 total ($291 + $45 insurance, fuel surcharge, etc), the carrier was Central Transport International. Consolidated Freightways wanted over $700!
[ November 04, 2002, 04:49 PM: Message edited by: forrest1 ]