Not really true. Illegal to be driven on roads, but legal for shows and track. Talk to him some more. Damn that Grey Skyline looks like Mine's. Or, jus the stickers.ADF932 wrote:After i inspect them they go into storage and the owner has to pay fee to export them out of the country. If not then they crush them sad to say. I was talking to my boss taday if i can buy one but they said no because there illigal in this country.
Uh.. US Govt? Stupid laws? And other idiots who decide what's legal and what's not?got_chub wrote:i would pay to export those just to save them from being crushed... who would do such to a beautiful piece of art work and machinery
I can pull up the info on all that, but you give me dibs on some of those cars. Deal?ADF932 wrote:I did mention to him that they can be used for track use but he has to look into that. But he's under the impression that they have to be exported out.
I don't they are being exported, I think they being imported to U.S. They can be legally registered here but it's lot of work.ADF932 wrote:
The place i work at has cars that are auctioned but these GTR's and Silvia are put into storage until the owners pays fees and everything is settled. In order to get these car out of here , i think you have to have a valid exporting license.
I think he meant import/export license for these kind of cars.Asian-Winkie wrote:
I don't they are being exported, I think they being imported to U.S. They can be legally registered here but it's lot of work.