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I was just wondering what company you used to buy your skylines in Japan and import them to Australia? I am looking at a mob called Japan Auto Export. They will find the car I want and ship it to me. Are these guys cool or what? Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated as I am new to the import scene.

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I used jspec and were quite happy with the service, they're all great guys down there

I got a 32GTR through them which should be here next week.

Although depending on what your after, I have noticed there are alot of cars for sale at good prices. I know I felt ripped when I sold my R32 GTST in may, the guy got a good deal for what I had spent.

Maybe it would be easier to just purchase one here already?

cheers

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I used jspec and were quite happy with the service, they're all great guys down there

I got a 32GTR through them which should be here next week.

Although depending on what your after, I have noticed there are alot of cars for sale at good prices. I know I felt ripped when I sold my R32 GTST in may, the guy got a good deal for what I had spent.

Maybe it would be easier to just purchase one here already?

cheers

mark

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