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Scouring the stock at tradecarview; a kind of autotrader for exporters, the pick of the stock:

Mazdas:














Mitsubishi






Nissan










Subaru






Suzuki





Toyota




Honda








Daihatsu









Mitsuoka





:lol: Hah, they really pushed the boat out on that steering wheel badge.

Isuzu:



(actually a rebadged Opel Manta)
 

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So many cool cars available for mere pennies on the dollar. As much as I'd love an already JDM-tuned Roadster it's just not practical yet. I have to wait a few more years. But I'd seriously consider one of the more vintage Japanese cars (>25 years old) so long as I could personally inspect them for rust, etc. My happiness is to travel to Japan sometime in the next year or two. I might just have to bring me back a car or two.
 

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The white car is a 83 Mazda Cosmo; I was pretty familiar with these, because for some reason, there was lots of these in the Middle East.

Pricing is pretty strange; the old stuff is nearly always expensive, but not always that desireable.



Mid 80s Bluebird/180B (Maxima?). I dunno. If its not rusted away,worth maybe £200. More likely, you'll have to pay the scrapyeard to take it off you. In Japan, its worth over $4000.

Holy Cow:
http://www.tradecarview.com/stock/detail.aspx?id=107421

I think thats an old Van Den Plas 1300. $20k. About £10k. Worth in the UK, £5k tops. £500 to ship it over.....

http://www.tradecarview.com/stock/detail.aspx?id=93711

Mk1 MR2s are bouncing back in value perhaps....
 

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hks silent power?
 
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