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Offline scud

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Not anymore she doesn't.

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Offline NSX

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Deb Robinson deborah.robinson@jas.com 0428717426

Though i haven't chatted with her for a while last time she was still at JAS

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Offline mhh

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Deb Robinson deborah.robinson@jas.com 0428717426

Though i haven't chatted with her for a while last time she was still at JAS

Mention my name if your game.

I thought you might remember her. :p

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Offline shack

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Fark! Now you got me thinking about bringing the F12 in!

I am in as really would like to do the same with F12. So keep me in the loop. I want the F12 for NT :)



Offline shack

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I don't mind doing this sort of stuff and have experience importing cars, but I have no experience with Carnet.  So if you get no other more experienced offers, give me a shout.

Gav - can you pm me your details



Offline mhh

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I am in as really would like to do the same with F12. So keep me in the loop. I want the F12 for NT :)

One limiting factor (amongst others) is the rule that you can't leave Australia while your car is here. For me, that is a narrowish window. Still, even for say 2-3 months, it would be fun. The fact that I've never heard of anyone actually doing this is a concern - I'm probably missing something.



Offline dkabab

Can you bring it in under someone else's name, or do you have to be the owner? That way, do it under dear old aunt Ethel who isn't going o/s any time soon



Offline Aircon

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One limiting factor (amongst others) is the rule that you can't leave Australia while your car is here. For me, that is a narrowish window. Still, even for say 2-3 months, it would be fun. The fact that I've never heard of anyone actually doing this is a concern - I'm probably missing something.

I remember reading on this very forum that if you bring in a car without paying the taxes, then you don't actually own it...but I digress.

Back in the day, you could bring in a car as a temporary import for 12 months, with the option to renew for another 12 months, but you had to put up a bond for the full value of the tax. That would be ideal if that method still exists. There were no restrictions that I know of.

I love my car. Buy your own



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