Japanese Imports

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  1. SlaVe

    SlaVe Member

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    if anyone of you are instrested in japanese cars supras skylines R32 R34 stagea 300zx 180sx ect we are importers of these vehicles and we compliance them
    we have over 10 years experience in the Japanese/European motor vehicle industry. With recognition of being a quality endorsed company, we aim to provide our valued customers with the pinnacle of quality at our upmost efficiency. Having affiliations with numerous Japanese/European contacts, we can ensure prompt location of the desired vehicle at the right price
    We specialize in;
    Importation of Japanese and European vehicles.
    Compliancing a variety of SEVS listed vehicles such as the Toyota Supra, Toyota Soarer, Nissan 180sx r32 r34 and more!
    Organising and Quarantining freshly imported vehicles.
    Left hand to right hand conversions of most vehicles.
    Mechanical repairs including general maintenance.
    Smash repairs including resprays, body styling and colour changes with oven hire.
    Sourcing new and used parts including performance items.

    www.transcar.com.au
    for any information call Abdullah on 0405 370 153 or email me abz_online@hotmail.com
     
  2. mafi-zed

    mafi-zed the resident hoon

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    had my z complied by you guys 2 years ago,
    thanks for ripping my rear trims to cut new holes for the seat belts in the rear. very much apreciated.
    oh yes thanks for also releasing the car with 1 spacer still left on the front drivers wheel.. but the other 3 missing.. that was an enjoyable trip doing 70km down the monash.
     
  3. beaver

    beaver southern zeds

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    LOL LOL LOL!!

    :mad: :D :mad: :D


     
  4. SedatZX

    SedatZX Tyranus

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    How much would you guys bring a 00 spec 300zx tt man for?
     
  5. Tosh Tosh

    Tosh Tosh living in NA denial.....

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    Unfortunately only 1997 and earlier can be complied (unless you own one and live & work in japan for a year :confused: ) due to the 98 and onwards not having a passenger side airbag :( damn ADRs! :mad:. A 97 TT would do just fine for me thanks :p :zlove: .

     
  6. 300luva

    300luva Barely Legal Performance

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    Mmmmm

    Somehow I don't think we will be seeing a reply to this one. Good that you can be honest on this forum.

     
  7. Jinxed

    Jinxed Moderator

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    still even a 97 tt man

    is going to be what$30k+.......its still the same car guys spend your money on the one youve got and enjoy ....
    my 2 cents




     
  8. SlaVe

    SlaVe Member

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    Mafi-zed, i have no information about such an unfortunate event, why didn't you approach us personally? If you have any issues you'd like to raise, please contact us or even better, see us in person :)

    Thankfully, we have hired new qualified staff (along with ridding of previous employees) in which all work carried out is being closely monitored :)

    The team,
    Transcar
     
  9. mafi-zed

    mafi-zed the resident hoon

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    why didnt i? because i couldnt prove it, i didnt have before and after pics and the staff you had back then werent the "oh yeah sure we'll fix it no charge" type.
    if you want i can take a picture of where they ripped it..

    and the extra spacer, what was i going to do.. complain? complaining would've done nothing because i checked the wheel when i got home and took it off, there was no damage it was just annoying as all hell.

    while im at it i'll also bring up the fact that the intrusion bar you guys installed are TINY and THIN, about 1/4th the thickness of what it should be, i didnt bring that up because i found that out about a year later, if i had've known back then i definatly would've gone back, but after a year not alot i can do.
     
  10. CrestaJohn

    CrestaJohn NEW 'OEM' PARTS

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    Compliance holders are considered manufacturers, and therefore, under the old system, had to carry a 10 year warranty on workmanship. If the bars aren't legal...take it back and get it done properly. By law....have to replace, otherwise, I'd be asking the engineer that signed it off, why he passed it as legal.
    :)
     
  11. SlaVe

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    Just as a side note, i think we should clear a few things up;

    Firstly, wheels have no relation with compliancing a 15yr old vehicle to which, i can't see the logic in your statement. Secondly, almost all 15yr old vehicles tend to house brittle trims which is totally out of our control unless ofcourse, you purchase new trims to make it easier for the rest of us :)

    Unfortunately, the dude that you purchase the car off has done nothing but bought cars down which should've been crushed back at home long ago. In fact, our engineer has placed a permanent ban on any vehicle thats been associated with him due to ALL, yes ALL (including yours :)) vehicles brought down by him, being of extremely poor standard :rolleyes:

    As for your missing spacers, have you consulted the previous owner? I don't see the logic in you launching accusations across the field. After all, we have ceased complying/dealing with him for the past 18-20 months.

    Once again, if you have any further enquiries please contact us personally. I think you have a poor sense of differentiating between compliancing a vehicle and purchasing a vehicle :cool:

    Thanks in advance,
    Transcar (The team)
     
  12. SlaVe

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  13. maTTz

    maTTz 500 Club

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    Hi, what about the answer to the question of the 1997 compliance cost.

    Newish Z's are a nice dream~




     
  14. SlaVe

    SlaVe Member

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    Tosh Tosh, please see the below link;

    http://rvcs-prodweb.dot.gov.au/sevs/sevsindex.htm

    With the 4 seater, when it states From 10/1996 to current, it means from 10/1996 to the last build date of the Z32. We are currently in the process of doing a test & evaluation on the 2-seater Z32. Hope this helps :)
     
  15. SlaVe

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    If you were to purchase your own vehicle (provided its a 4 seater) 1996+ it can be used as a test vehicle but comes with a 4 month waiting process due to all tests performed on the vehicle. With this, compliance costs would be ~$2,000 IF we were to use your vehicle as a test car. Otherwise, for the 2 seaters, which we are currently in the process of, compliance costs would be ~$3,000 + tyres.

    Thanks :)
     
  16. beaver

    beaver southern zeds

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    So you are looking

    at the later model 96 on, is that your answer. :confused:

     
  17. SlaVe

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    The 4 seater starts from 10/1996 till current (According to the SEVS ruling) :)

    Im sorry, i don't understand the question being raised :confused:
     
  18. Blipman

    Blipman Beer hooves totally work

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    Please NO ONE import a 12/97 or later 2+2 Z as a test vehicle until the compliance workshop using it as a test car has RESEARCHED the various ADR's and realizes that being able to comply a late model 2+2 is NOT a straight forward case. Z's in Japan did not come with a passenger side airbag and so they will not meet ADR 37/01 (off the top of my head) introduced 01/01/98. The ONLY way to prepare a suitable evidence pack for such a vehicle would be to do some hardcore crash testing (not just the crash on each corner and door) which is not even remotely economically viable, and Nissan is not prepared to give up their crash test data.


    There is a rumour in the industry of an unfortunate gentleman who has already done this when the workshop did not adequately research the car and is now stuck with a 2000 model Z in Australia which currently cannot be complied. I don't want anyone here to get into this situation.

    Ben
     
  19. beaver

    beaver southern zeds

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    Sorry! try this

    it says in the link you provided (Entries on the Register will be varied to exclude all vehicles 15 years old or older)i understood that to mean imports built after the rule can and may be imported by you, are you looking at importing late model zeds? Do you have any to view? am i pissed NO
    I know nothing about import rules, as you can see!
    Geoff.:)



     
  20. beaver

    beaver southern zeds

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    thanks ben that

    answers my somewhat thick question!



     

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