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dogstar72
    
What do I need to know about buying and importing a classic truck to canada?
I would like to find a credible resource/person that can competently guide me through this process. There are online brokers, but I want to be engaged in every part of this process. Plus I don't want to pay a broker for something I think I can/should do myself. Can somebody please point me in the right direction. I'm very frustrated by the lack of knowledge about this online.
posted: February 5, 2010
 
    
 
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ericb
    
You must contact Canada Customs for this info. They are the credible resource you seek. And don't worry, their bark is worse that their bite. Usually. A couple of documents, dot yer 'I's' and cross yer 'T's' and yer good to go. One caveat, though: The vehicle you import to Canada must have a title or it will be deemd a parts car - forever. Now get off the keyboard and call or visit yer friendly CA Customs Agent...
posted:  February 5, 2010
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dreamweaver2
    
Hi there
Buying an antique vehicle in the USA is no proublem at all. You need a bill of sale and a title.Ounce you have all that you send a copy to the border crossing you plan to use at least 72 hours in advance. Then you go down and pick up your vehicle , clear the US side and then go to the Canadian side they will pull your file ( info that you sent them ) you pay GST and your on your way home with a new toy. I bought a 51 Mercury in California , got to the border , cleared customs and was on my way home to Calgary. No one even came out to look at the car.

If you have any more questions email me @ mcicruiser@yahoo.com

Good luck
Dave
posted:  March 6, 2010
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