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Interested in older Japanese cars to import? Here is some quick info about popular models.
 Japan Sales and Export   Started by JDM Expo Official   2017-07-11 13:22:20 +05:00   Comments: 3    Viewed: 5468

  1. JDM Expo Official
    JDM Expo Official Administrator Staff Member Yatomi

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    The 80’s and early 90’s was an amazing time for car enthusiasts in Japan. The Japanese car manufacturing giants produced cars that were not only massively advanced but also had timeless design and amazing drive-ability, creating the total package. Even today, few cars can compare to what was produced during this era.

    Now is your best opportunity to own some of these cars, as many are reaching that magic 25 year mark allowing them to be brought into the US. These cars are just as revered in Japan and and in every other nation across the globe (who often have had access to them for awhile), making demand ever increasing while supplies are dwindling quickly. Just as your parents and grandparents lament about the muscle cars and classics they used to own that are now worth tens of thousands, these cars will quickly become museum and collection pieces for only the very wealthy car enthusiasts.

    Luckily, there is still the opportunity for you to own an affordable piece of history! Here are a handful of cars that are not only a joy to own and drive, but also great values that are likely to see their prices rise considerably.

    JDM Expo Official, 2017-07-11 13:22:20 +05:00
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  2. Miklas mary
    Miklas mary Member
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    Miklas mary, 2021-10-22 09:23:11 +05:00
  3. JackWilliam
    JackWilliam Member
    Japan is the country of Toyota Motor Corporation, maker of cars that are among the world's most manufactured vehicles. The edubirdie.com explain Japanese cars are often less expensive than US automobiles because they have relatively fewer specialized parts and more standardized equipment, according to Digital Trends.
    JackWilliam, 2021-12-01 09:07:16 +05:00
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