09 CC 3.6 4mo, 98 DE Leftover car, 90 Corrado, 78 Triumph Spitfire
Wouldn't you need to a resident? I don't think anyone can just go to Canada and register a car. IMO, i don't think it's worth the hassle.These cars NEED to be imported to Canada asap. 100% legal and they could still drive in the states for trips or shows.
We know the city they are inYes, they are.. Trying to get hold of owner or compagny where they are stored, but no success yet
At least I already found the city/region where they are at the moment
What I find very supprising is that nobody of the forum in holland knows where they are (corrado family in NL is quite large)
I live in Vancouver...Wouldn't you need to a resident? I don't think anyone can just go to Canada and register a car. IMO, i don't think it's worth the hassle.
I think the best route is to wait for the 25 yr mark rather then going through a schit load of stuff (i.e. strip it and ship as parts)
Oh crap. I read that on a different thread recently and I guess I scrolled the list too fast. I thought it was on the list for importation and got really excited. I looked at my bank account and tried finding your contact info. LOLhttp://www.nhtsa.gov/cars/rules/import/sdlist040109.pdf
I'm on the list for cars NOT eligible for importation. At least they acknowledges my request.