I have moved my Klipschorns twice. First time was a long drive to Kansas City from Cincinnati. Rented a Chrysler minivan for the trip. @richieb and I hauled them from his basement after removing the tops and side grills. Do to space limitations the bass bins were placed on their sides. Everything went well, no damage. I was able to unload them and move them into the house by myself using a four wheeled hand cart.
The second time I rented a 27 ft box truck from Penske and moved them along with the rest of our furniture from Cincinnati to southeast North Carolina. About a 10 hour drive. Again I disassembled them. This time I wrapped the four pieces with green plastic wrap and fabricated corner guards from heavy cardboard boxes. The guards ran along the full length of every edge. I also used a rectangular piece of cardboard for the front panel. I secured all that with more plastic wrap and taped moving blankets over them. Placed the bass bins upright in the truck. We hired local muscle to move everything inside the house. Everything arrived without a scratch.
Plan ahead, use lots of moving blankets ( Uhaul will rent them to you), protect the edges and front panel, AND do not let them get wet!
Enjoy your new speakers! Congrats!