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celicatrd93
03-26-2007, 01:26 AM
check this site out for cheap imported cars, this celica 98 gt-4 is 6,300in stock. and if you go back a page they sold a 94 gt-4 for 4,450 also have pics.they have a few 3sgte mr2 turbo selling at 3,800 and up.they have pretty much every japanese car avaible http://www.japan-partner.com/Auto/2777/Toyota/Celica/car-for-sale.html

celicatrd93
03-26-2007, 05:14 PM
wow, nobody even check this site out, they have cars imported already from japan in the u.s, they have celica gt4 and mr2 turbo starting at 3,000 usd and nobody checked it out. these are great prices, to good to be true.

ChrisD
03-26-2007, 05:15 PM
Good link. Fairly common to find these sites now that importing jdm cars is gaining a lot of popularity in Canada.

andy
03-26-2007, 05:31 PM
i want a 6th gen gt4 bad they are hotz

2kSnakEater
03-26-2007, 06:04 PM
good luck getting those cars thru US customs.

Murgatroy
03-26-2007, 07:41 PM
Those cars are still in Japan, they haven't made it here yet. Getting it here isn't as bad as one thinks, getting it here and street legal is the bitch.

evolution
03-26-2007, 07:55 PM
they don't seem to include import duties, and inspection costs in their pricing
importing a car is never cheap

celicatrd93
03-26-2007, 08:58 PM
actually some are in stock in america, also they said it is 500 dollars cheaper if you come pick it up instead of shipping it, they said some are in america, and some are on order,they have more then 350 cars in stock, special order vehicale take 10 days to your house. those prices are legit, read some more info on it, it will tel you everything.

zmile06
03-26-2007, 10:08 PM
Ya it would cost another 3k to make it street legal... I mean seriously, ive heard horror stories trying to make an import street legal.

grayscale
03-26-2007, 10:19 PM
Ya it would cost another 3k to make it street legal... I mean seriously, ive heard horror stories trying to make an import street legal.
What all is involved in that(besides emissions) and why so much?

92CelicaST
03-26-2007, 10:45 PM
yea i want to know im looking into that 1990 Skyline GTS-T

zmile06
03-26-2007, 10:51 PM
What all is involved in that(besides emissions) and why so much?
I say 3k if you do it yourself and get everything cheap.. I might be wrong?

The importers of skylines charge between 17k-30k to convert a skyline to street legal use.

There are saftey features that have to be installed. You need to convert the computer to OBD2. Emissions is probable the biggest deal, converting a JDM 3sgte engine to US emissions standards is very costly. And you cant get away without doing emissions because they will test your vechile for this since its imported and goes thru a special evaluation. The car will be in right hand drive, and it will be in kilometers instead of miles per hour.

I havent imported a vechile and dont plan to. The overall cost wouldnt be worth it.

92CelicaST
03-26-2007, 10:55 PM
what if you only use the car for off road (drag racing) purposes? would it still have to pass emissions and everything?

thats all i would use it for i might make it street legal.

evolution
03-26-2007, 10:58 PM
check this site out for cheap imported cars, this celica 98 gt-4 is 6,300in stock. and if you go back a page they sold a 94 gt-4 for 4,450 also have pics.they have a few 3sgte mr2 turbo selling at 3,800 and up.they have pretty much every japanese car avaible http://www.japan-partner.com/Auto/2777/Toyota/Celica/car-for-sale.html

Location: Nagoya, De-Registration Certificate available, Syaken Inspection N/A
In stock, in Japan.
$6300 'FOB' meaning you have to pay freight + insurance on top of that. Then it's up to you to register it.

92CelicaST
03-26-2007, 11:02 PM
Location: Nagoya, De-Registration Certificate available, Syaken Inspection N/A
In stock, in Japan.
$6300 'FOB' meaning you have to pay freight + insurance on top of that. Then it's up to you to register it.

but still it would be worth it depending on the car. and what you plan on with the car.

celicatrd93
03-27-2007, 02:43 AM
Location: Nagoya, De-Registration Certificate available, Syaken Inspection N/A
In stock, in Japan.
$6300 'FOB' meaning you have to pay freight + insurance on top of that. Then it's up to you to register it.
its worth it because its a collectable car, not a daily driven, car, also they said they had that celica in stock in america, fob is a price delivered they said its 500 dollars cheaper if you come pick it up, in the end its kinda of worth it, for 10,000 you get a 98 gt-4 , in america you can get a 98 gt for 6,000 dollars. i think it is worth it, just use it for off road. still decent price.plus they are getting rid of emission in some state, in illnois you do not need emission. it had cash i would buy it.