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Offline anotherforumuser

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I have a female friend looking to import a relatives DB7 from the UK, anyone recommend an agent/company to ship through? Who should she talk to first about how to bring it in, a shipping agent, the RAWS guys or someone else?



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I have a female friend looking to import a relatives DB7 from the UK, anyone recommend an agent/company to ship through? Who should she talk to first about how to bring it in, a shipping agent, the RAWS guys or someone else?

Tell them to bring something good over, db7 both series 1's and 2's are complete crap.
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My useless 2 cents lol. If personal import any importer can do it
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Offline alvchua


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I have a female friend looking to import a relatives DB7 from the UK, anyone recommend an agent/company to ship through? Who should she talk to first about how to bring it in, a shipping agent, the RAWS guys or someone else?

I used Stewart Garmey of http://www.tradelanes.com.au/ when I brought the E28 M5 in from NZ. He handles a lot of racecars that go between UK, NZ and Aust.

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Offline anotherforumuser

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My useless 2 cents lol. If personal import any importer can do it

Fair enough, I was thinking the same thing but it was her deceased uncles car, she probably bought it for 200 pounds or something.



Offline Brenton

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Tell them to bring something good over, db7 both series 1's and 2's are complete crap.

I actually dont see the point of these cars. or the db9
They are huge therefore cant be used as a sports car
their back seats are useless

the v12 is a talking point and sounds great but  :rolleyes: if it is to big still what is the point

they do look good

what are these things used for ???



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what are these things used for ???

lame chick magnet?? :-P
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Offline anotherforumuser

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I used Stewart Garmey of http://www.tradelanes.com.au/ when I brought the E28 M5 in from NZ. He handles a lot of racecars that go between UK, NZ and Aust.

Thanks Alvin.

lame chick magnet?? :-P

I dont even think she's gay. lol



Offline Brenton

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lame chick magnet?? :-P

I undersstand just like your newly aquired cock magnet  :p





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I undersstand just like your newly aquired cock magnet  :p





 :scared:

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