how hard was it to own a r32 in nj?
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The guy from vt had it legally imported, etc, etc.
The tough part was registering it. Even though I had the pa title that clearly shows the japanese vin on it, and being 11 characters long, dmv wanted me to go to the car with a piece of paper and pencil and do a carbon copy transfer (laying the paper on top of the vin and shading to see the characters). If you look at it though, japanese vin plates dont do that very well so i said f**k it and snapped a pic with my iphone. Then had to fill out more paperwork stating that yes that is the correct vin. That trip to the dmv was about 2 hours long.
Then came the insurance, prior owner had the same insurance co, but for some reason when i tried to insure the car they were like "that car is not in our system". I had to give them the name of the prior owner so they could look up and see how it was listed on his policy. Then it was finally insured. Its still strange though, on my insurance card its listed as a Nissan Skyline. But when I get my bill for the insurance or check online its listed as a Datsun Skyline.
Anyways, sorry for the rant. I guess you could say the hardest part about owning an r32 is finding the car fist. Second, is the fact that you always have to be skeptical of where you park it. I dont take it to the mall or similar places.
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