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  1. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    that makes sense! As a Canadian citizen it might be a doozy as I'll have to get an US address etc sorted.
  2. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    I might have to import this truck into the states myself for the future buyer and everyone is wary of importing. What do we think?
  3. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    Yes, currently located in California but registered in Canada. Check out borderbuddy.com They charge a $395 to import into the US. Happy to help as we helped get this sorted for another buyer.
  4. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    Hey there, we did buy the truck from Alex in 2021. No problem at all registering it, it is currently fully paid off, registered and insured. Not sure where that confusion is coming from. We are selling because we want to fund a multi-year Oceania trip.
  5. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    I've driven this rig thousands of KMs and I'm happily cruising at 60 mph, you can definitely pick it up to 65-70 mph but for fuel consumption and ease on the engine I keep it around 60. Haven't had any issues on the interstate. Cruising along with all the other 18 wheelers on the right.
  6. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    I can't do that to Welly! Enjoy!
  7. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    Cool, thanks for the info. It still sounds like its pretty easy to get these trucks imported and registered if you follow some guidelines (coming from first hand experience from Ben who imported the exact same truck from Canada to WA). This is a diesel in America discussion more than it is...
  8. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    Back in Ventura next week and ready for viewings!
  9. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    I wouldn't try to register it in Cali. A friend with the exact same truck has his imported from Canada and registered in Washington fairly easily. Most folks register their diesel toys remotely for Montana. You'll seeing old trucks and even super cars with Montana plates driving around Cali.
  10. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    It does great on the highway now, able to maintain highway speeds and I pop over to the slow lane for climbing hills.
  11. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    Come take a look and we can chat
  12. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    Hey Homer, the habitat is on a subframe. The truck weighs 8.5 tonnes.
  13. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    Same goes for The Yukon and Alaska. Diesel is the way to go for these kind of trucks
  14. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    I'm surprised to hear that Colorado is more strict than Washington.
  15. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    Is your rig 30+? You're right, it does vary state to state.
  16. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    Getting a lot of questions regarding importing from Canada to the US. I am told it is simple by another DAF owner who imported his into WA from Canada. SMOG and DOT reg's don't apply to 30+ year old vehicles.
  17. roamnshoot

    Cummins British Military Expedition Truck

    Yes, it is for sale. A few folks have imported them from Canada and abroad, so that is not a problem.
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