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Old January 23rd, 2015, 07:03 AM
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Importing 110 from Canada Questions.

I am looking at importing a 110 from Canada.
The few that i am looking at are mid 80's models.
So they meet the 25 year rule.
Is the process simpler since they are our neighbor?
Any help would be appreciated...
Thanks,
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Old January 23rd, 2015, 07:29 AM
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I doubt it is simpler. Assume they know what they're doing and can tell the difference between a 2.5 and a tdi.
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I am looking at importing a 110 from Canada. The few that i am looking at are mid 80's models. So they meet the 25 year rule. Is the process simpler since they are our neighbor? Any help would be appreciated... Thanks,
Simpler in the sense there isn't ocean freight maybe. I think I've seen Doug weigh in on the process but it's almost identical in terms of CBP
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same as if it was coming from the UK but no ocean.....
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When importing from Canada, you won't need the actual "date of birth" like you would if you were importing from the UK. What that means is you can import a 1990 that will be 25 in December and can have it in January. (Rugbier reminded me of this which made it easier for me).
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I brought mine in this summer, from BC to Washington state, registered now in Oregon. PM me if you want info. Send me the links to the vehicles so I can point out any possible issues from what I've experienced.
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I did my research a while back when I found a D in Canada and the CBP will required the same paperwork (EPA, DOT, I may be forgetting something else) as if it's coming via freight.

The only difference is that you don't need a broker to deal with the Ports.

Drive the truck to the CBP post, show them the paperwork, give a "donation" and drive it in the USA.
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