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Re: 1000 2door and coupe
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:O ... What a find ...

Only a few days left ... Anyone got some ideas on how to get them here? Costs, Time, Whats involved?

Posted on: 2010/12/16 0:43
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you can import them as parts without cutting them up
how do you think they import all those race cars here
for events or cars that cant be registered but are for
sale on my105.com for drifting or race only use?

all race cars have to have paper work from country of origin(these don't have that) and you have to have a full international cams licence to bring in. to bring in as parts drive train(engine, box, suspension and diff) need to be removed and bought in seperatally to the shell. japan is very strict on exporting cars with no deregistration papers.

Posted on: 2010/12/16 0:58
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did you notice in the sellers "other items" he has a brand new, literally in the box honda nsx body shell.(at the moment under $500AU)

the other cherry he has for sale is a different spec aswell.

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Anyone got some ideas on how to get them here? Costs, Time, Whats involved?


I would say $4000 maybe up to $6000 each as worse case scenario, but I would think you could land them here for half that if you played your cards right and had a connection or two. Time depends on what cargo vessel it goes on. Lots of paperwork.

But going by the username that is a Japanese second hand car trading company so it's right up their alley so to speak(exporting cars).

One cherry is a 100a and the other is a 120a I think, I thought it was one of those pulsars but I dunno. Wombat will confirm when he spots this.

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The red one would go right along with the collection. they all look great nice find.

Posted on: 2010/12/16 6:08
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Re: 1000 2door and coupe
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The paperwork is easier to get than I thought, there are many ways
and loopholes that I wasnt aware of, but one canadian college of mine
knew all the ins and outs and did it all for me.
I even didnt have to own my cars for a year just a type of statuary notice
to fill and he did the rest.
It could perhaps also pass a piece of art for the lounge and maybe
2 straight into a container 2 could be shipped.
Most solar vehicles and other prototypes never registered in any country
make their way here from all over the world, some dont pass the tests
required and end up as off roaders of parts. Some find their way in with
modded plates the shifty way.

Posted on: 2010/12/17 13:04
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Early model E10 (long thin tail lights) and the other is the F10 Cherry. So does any one have a use for a left Nut/ball cause I would give mine for the E10 he has there.

Posted on: 2010/12/17 13:53
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You could fit all four in a 40 footer.

If this was 5 or so years down the track, that 2door would be on it's way over to me.

Chris

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To speak the truth as much as I love 1Ks I would
opt for the Cherry 4 door and then the 1000 tudor
The cherry 4 door would be a great family car

Posted on: 2010/12/18 1:21
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Re: 1000 2door and coupe
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Keep away form the Cherry D. I want to be the Cherry King of Australia.

I measured my cars and I could fit 3 cherrys and have some room for some nice rims and spare parts in there as well.

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