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#95709 - 18th Nov 2004 10:36am Nissan 350Z
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Just found out I can get a 2003 one of these with 11,000 miles for 13,000 from Japan! What does every1 think of them?

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#95710 - 18th Nov 2004 11:21am Re: Nissan 350Z
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Sweet ride man if your thinking of getting it do it now.


Why you reading this go get that car.
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#95711 - 18th Nov 2004 11:32am Re: Nissan 350Z
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#95712 - 18th Nov 2004 11:34am Re: Nissan 350Z
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I have heard you can be taking some chances getting imports as you can never check the History of the car.

You cant beat Jap for reliability but it may sounds a good deal in theory, but you might regret it.
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#95713 - 18th Nov 2004 11:37am Re: Nissan 350Z
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Its over hear now with a full History mate - done my checks!! Its only an idea but if its all 100% cosha id like to get it!

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#95714 - 18th Nov 2004 11:42am Re: Nissan 350Z
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#95715 - 18th Nov 2004 11:48am Re: Nissan 350Z
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i was gona say the only problem would be shipping costs etc but if its over here already i think you would be crazy not to bu this motor! its a beast. 3.5 litre V6, nuff said really, then twin turbo it!!

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#95716 - 18th Nov 2004 11:51am Re: Nissan 350Z
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Ah sensible head may take over with insurance and PETROL!! ha ha!! But hey its a nice idea in theory - if anybody wants the info on it to go have a look pm me!

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#95717 - 18th Nov 2004 12:08pm Re: Nissan 350Z
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Hiya,

Have you taken into account shipping, around 600, import duty at 10% on invoice price and shipping, then 17.5 VAT on the whole amount.

ESVA work and test, around 750, the car needs to be totally factory standard to pass, and I mean totally! Then registration, customs clearance

If you need any advise or info let me know, I import new and used cars from Japan into Liverpool for a living.

Daz

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#95718 - 18th Nov 2004 12:17pm Re: Nissan 350Z
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Scooby was looking ay skylines so might intrest him. dont know though. as the scooby is looking quite good.
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#95719 - 18th Nov 2004 12:26pm Re: Nissan 350Z
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my uncle got a jap import from southhampton docks, a lot of ppl buy from them docks and sell them on. cant remember them details but youve just gotta watch they have come from tokyo i think or sumwere like that, because there is pure smog which gathers on the underside of the car etc and corrodes stuff! am guessin stuy wud be ya best person to ask bout importin etc!

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#95720 - 18th Nov 2004 3:31pm Re: Nissan 350Z
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Its already been imported and is in this country! Its not likely ill get it but will be a bargain for somebody! Its totally standard so should have no problems passing the tests!

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#95721 - 18th Nov 2004 9:29pm Re: Nissan 350Z
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Sounds sweet u dont see many of them around either!
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