USA

Discussion in 'USA' started by Dah_Hunter, Feb 14, 2014.

  1. Dah_Hunter

    Dah_Hunter Looking over your shoulder, so you dont have to.

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    So our brothers from another mother have the ability to legaly import 25 year old cars this year, and the R32 Skyline is the one they are after.

    Post details/info/etc here.
     
  2. IMPUL

    IMPUL Collector of fine japanese lawn ornaments

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    From what I've read a fresh import from japan uses the production date ... Month and year.. But once registered in Canada it only goes by the year. So you could import a Canadian 1989
    But a fresh one with production date later in the year can't be directly imported yet... U less registered in Canada first.
     
  3. Dah_Hunter

    Dah_Hunter Looking over your shoulder, so you dont have to.

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    Bingo yes that is true as well..

    So USA peoples.. if you want to avoid having to worry about the month you need to import your car.. just import one from Canada. (If you can find one) since the 89's are pretty rare here.. they are all in the junk yard for the most part..
     
  4. IMPUL

    IMPUL Collector of fine japanese lawn ornaments

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    Yuppers! Japan is slim pickings for 25yearold cars...
    And if by chance you find one and it's been well preserved... $$$$$$$
     
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