Does anyone have any experience trying to import a GTS Turbo (208) into the US from Italy. The GTS Turbo was made from 86-89 and utilizes the same platform as the 328.
One user on the site tried to get it into Canada but I think he gave up. If you want it as a daily driver it will be very hard to get in. If you import it under a "show lincese" then you'll have no problems.Boxer42 said:Any idea if anyone has tried to bring a GTS Turbo into the United States ?
With the exception of the smaller engine, air ducts ahead of the rear wheels, and IHI turbo charger, the car is identical to the 328 GTS.
if you mean for a car to become a classic then in the U.S. it is 25 years. At which point I would imagine getting the car in would be easy.Barchetta said:Is there not a 15 year rule? I know here in Canada there is but not sure for in the US.
We have a 21-year rule. They're then classified as Classic Cars. Makes importing easier and more important duty payment, a fraction of current car amount.Enzo250GTO said:
Stradale was based in KL. He disappeared a few years ago suddenly.Crazy old thread. Also bumped up a thread with a user I haven't seen here in a long-time. Stradale was a very knowledgable owner in Southeast Asia (Singapore I think).
It does seem like it is a forgotten car.