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Thread: Importing Cruisers

  1. #51
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    Default Italian Speaker

    If anyone needs any help with finding something in Italy I can certainly help. I am fluent in Italian but do not have any solid contacts over that way. At least none that I would trust to find a solid car. For what it is worth as well even though most people speak English I have know a bit of Maltese as well. Just throwing that out there. I have been talking with my Canadian buddy who is trying to import a land rover from Italy. So if you need someone to translate just give me a heads up and I would be happy to help.

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    I purchased my first truck to import about three weeks ago and have already done a lot of work to it in prep for importing and resale. It is a 1990 PZJ70 LX with factory AC in great condition for being 27yrs old. I am currently hunting for a second truck to import, ideally a Troopy or pickup. I am also looking at HJ47's.

    I plan to ship my first container up around September 1st.

    Cheers

  3. #53
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    good for you rmp&o

    We had seen a lot of cruisers when we were in Panama (last week) and considered trying to purchase one to drive up, but got intimidated by our lack of Spanish skill and talking to folks who had tried and failed to purchase Panama registered vehicles and drive them out. (some law about only Panama citizens can export a Panama truck.)

    I'm sure you've done your homework and I wish you luck. Maybe when we get back to the USA (and get jobs) I'll be contacting you for a truck.

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    My website went live today and can be viewed here.

    http://www.snlandcruisers.com/

    Cheers

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    I just checked out the site. looks great. Exciting stuff.
    Good to know I might actually be able to afford one of these things. Not a grade A... or B... but hey, I've never had any vehicle that would meet the A or B standards so why start now

  6. #56
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    the blue 47 is a nice find. i always wished i could fit in one.

    you should post prices for impulse buyers!
    WALDORF: They aren’t half bad.
    STATLER: Nope, they’re ALL bad!

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    Good on ya Ian! Looks like you are off to a good start. I look forward to seeing your inventory grow (and shrink ) .
    Stan
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    Specializing in LC LS & Vortec swaps
    www.hfs4x4.com

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    Thanks folks for the positive feedback!!

    Cheers

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    good for you Ian, this is awesome and I hope it works out. Keep me in the loop for a LHD, diesel powered 80 series.

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    Book marked the new site. Looks great!

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