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harrysclassicantics
    
is it better to have a car dealer type licence to buy old cars, ship to canada, etc
planning to buy and sell or buy and fix up old cars trucks in the near future starting first vehicles must be around price ?500;1000;1500 etc whats the best way to ship to canada? what about getting cars across the border? I am considering Georgia, i no people there
posted: July 13, 2008
 
    
 
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mrwilson
    
Depends, they will get you on the tax either way. And both ways they still have to be inspected and have all the paperwork. If you are going to transport a lot then it is probibally worth it and if you sell a certain amount you might be required or considered a "Dealer" and need the license.
posted:  July 21, 2008
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