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Obtaining One Of These Bad Boys?


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Strange thought getting em from jap, theres heaps more in america, not that hard to find in australia either, will set u back about 30k for a decent model 69 (top pic is a 69 S/SS i think) camaro or for around $15-20k u can get a crap condition one and restore it. And yeh, there are permits that let u drive left hand drive cars (cept u have to have a gay sticker on the bumper)

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we've imported a few now... mainly for collectors. From the US and from japan. Although we do more corvettes than camaros.

They come in under the 1988 and prior rule. So compliance is minimal as far as mechanicals are concerned. If the car is over 30 years old you can keep it LHD and drive it on the road that way... but if its a younger car then it need to be converted to RHD, we have compliancers that can do that all for ya if need be.... albeit at a much higher price than the cost of compliance for a 30yo muscle car.

Check out this puppy:


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oh man mr crust ur dads a champ

Funky - whats an approximate for an SS like the black one i posted landed and complied from ur experience

the question is keep my daily get the SS for weekend and get a new motorbike


buy a new audi


wait till mid next year to get a V-spec or NUR GTR

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also do J-spec offer CIF or DDP terms?

or only free on board (FOB)??

Most cars are listed as FOB price because that's the more accepted industry standard however we will look after shipping and other parts of the process for you also - you can pay a CIF price if you want the car put on a ship and nothing else, but usually our clients pay FOB price up front and other costs as they are due throughout the process. If you wanted a rough quote for delivery to your door once the car lands in Australia then we can do that also.

Basically just let us know how much or how little of the process you want us to do for you and what you prefer to arrange yourself, we are very flexible.

Prices can vary a lot based on the car condition, obviously something that has been fully restored will cost a lot more than an average car that is showing it's age - you could spend anything from maybe $15,000 landed for a rough example through to $50,000 or more for something really quite stunning.

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