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Looking for a Bellett in Japan 
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Thanks for helping with Glenn's quest Jason. Great that you've gone to the trouble of establishing contacts in Japan, and that you're willing to share.
And the magic of the interwebby gets us all together. 8-)
May your Skylines live long & prosper.

Cheers, Matt.

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Tue Jun 19, 2012 11:52 am
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Thanks for helping with Glenn's quest Jason. Great that you've gone to the trouble of establishing contacts in Japan, and that you're willing to share.
And the magic of the interwebby gets us all together. 8-)
May your Skylines live long & prosper.

Cheers, Matt.


It is my pleasure.....Glenn is happy ;) - quite a deal really! So far the process has been pain-free - just trying to make it as easy for Glenn as possible. Owner in Japan is 'now' aware that these cars/parts are going to Australia and is pretty chuffed about it. I had a local do the deal, 'cause sometimes they might not like cars leaving the country!!! I think Glenn has been on the back end of this type of thinking from some of the prior cars he was enquiring about...

I have an admiration for any classic/nostalgic Japanese cars - I think this is the general consensus amongst most Japanese Nostalgic Car owner. I've just gotta stop buying the bloody things - I picked up a couple of Prince Gloria's for myself last week :) . Too good an opportunity to pass up considering the cache of NOS parts that come with them....Which reminds me - i need to bring another car i bought in NZ over soon........Where do we stop!!!!!!!! Oh, and don't get me started on classic Jap bikes - always on the prowl for them also!! :roll:

:idea: Glenn might need to start his own thread in the 'My Bellett' section now that he actually owns them ;) ;) ;)

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Tue Jun 26, 2012 12:06 pm
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Glenn might need to start his own thread in the 'My Bellett' section now that he actually owns them ;) ;) ;)[/quote]


Good point Jason.... hope nothing goes wrong though !!

glenn

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Tue Jun 26, 2012 10:50 pm
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dont do it!! dont do it !!

you could be tempting fate. Wait till they are off the boat and on dry land.
reminds me a little of waiting for the inheritance. it takes years sometimes, so dont spend it till you have the cheque cleared in the bank.

Then go nuts......


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good one glenn ...they are on the way ....to auzzie land today aha aha cheers davo you hung in there long enough '' patience was the virtue ''


Wed Jun 27, 2012 5:49 am
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the paperwork has started at least......

in the hands of the Govt. right now though

have a look sometime at the 'importing a vehicle' web page. Piles of stuff to read there..

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That the scary bit :shock: the gubbyments involved thats when things go bad, they finally had someone that could arrange a good time in a brothel and they stood him down :roll:


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