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I am the general manager of a large restoration and sales business specializing in vintage German cars.

We're in the process of selling a '72 911T but are unsure as to the process of exporting cars to Japan. The engine is entirely rebuilt with very few miles, and the chassis has a zeroed odometer as per customer request upon restoration. The car was fully restored to factory specification; everything works and would easily pass shaken.

What documentation needs to be filled out and what requirements need to be met prior to importation? Duties and fees will be passed on to the customer but prior to his placing a deposit on the sale of the car, we must make sure it can be easily imported.

Thanks in advance for your answers. Yes, I've posted this on as well.
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