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smokey

if its over a 3.0L that is the first road block second is you better love it more then your wife because it will cost you more then a wife. better to get a connection here and let them handle it to include the paperwork... you can find many interesting cars and trucks to include BMW , mustang 5.0 and the like at Hilton motors here in cebu by the old bridge..

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You're better off selling it and buying another vehicle when you get here.

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Balintawak

Like rob said, connections is everything...

If you wish to spend the money from import to registered, you can send me a pm and we will see how much it would cost in customs and taxes. I need the cartype, cc, weight, lenght etc etc.

 

You live here in cebu?

Andy

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It would just be a hassle having a vehicle nobody else is driving, can you do repairs, maintenance? Better off getting a Mitsubishi Adevnture or the like.

 

I sent you a pm regarding 2 possible legal options.

I'd be interested possibly in the future. Could you please PM me some options/ideas?

 

Thanks,

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booger10

Hey, I am in 'Spring Hill, not far from you. I have been checking how much it will cost to send my truck there, 99 ford ranger, excellent condition and plan to drop a new engine into it before doing so.. But, import duties... whew Look into how much it costs to import a vehicle. I found out that the import price of my truck really will keep me from taking it with me. I will still drop a new engine into it, it has 278,00 miles on it now, but will still be cheaper to put a new engine into it than buying another truck. I plan to sell it when I am ready to leave... what I found out.. being a 99, the import duties are 50% or the new selling price of my truck.. that means if the new selling price of my truck is $20,000 then I will pay $10,000 for import duties.. you have a nice vehicle. Cost about $25,000 new? You will pay like me, $12,500 to import it.. think about it. I bought mine used in 2001 for $12,000, $10,000 to import it.. whew buy it again it seems... do look at the import duties, I think it will surprise you..post-6383-126910729286_thumb.jpg

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Uncle Rusty

Thanks will sell and buy there unclerustystick_poke.gif

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smokey

Hey, I am in 'Spring Hill, not far from you. I have been checking how much it will cost to send my truck there, 99 ford ranger, excellent condition and plan to drop a new engine into it before doing so.. But, import duties... whew Look into how much it costs to import a vehicle. I found out that the import price of my truck really will keep me from taking it with me. I will still drop a new engine into it, it has 278,00 miles on it now, but will still be cheaper to put a new engine into it than buying another truck. I plan to sell it when I am ready to leave... what I found out.. being a 99, the import duties are 50% or the new selling price of my truck.. that means if the new selling price of my truck is $20,000 then I will pay $10,000 for import duties.. you have a nice vehicle. Cost about $25,000 new? You will pay like me, $12,500 to import it.. think about it. I bought mine used in 2001 for $12,000, $10,000 to import it.. whew buy it again it seems... do look at the import duties, I think it will surprise you..post-6383-126910729286_thumb.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

unless its something really nice like one of our neighbors has a 928 Porsche Mazda RX-7 a Chevy Van and a mitsubishi 3000 GT turbo now that guy must have some connections he is a fil am /// want a sample of prices of whats here go to Autolink ph

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booger10

Hey, I am in 'Spring Hill, not far from you. I have been checking how much it will cost to send my truck there, 99 ford ranger, excellent condition and plan to drop a new engine into it before doing so.. But, import duties... whew Look into how much it costs to import a vehicle. I found out that the import price of my truck really will keep me from taking it with me. I will still drop a new engine into it, it has 278,00 miles on it now, but will still be cheaper to put a new engine into it than buying another truck. I plan to sell it when I am ready to leave... what I found out.. being a 99, the import duties are 50% or the new selling price of my truck.. that means if the new selling price of my truck is $20,000 then I will pay $10,000 for import duties.. you have a nice vehicle. Cost about $25,000 new? You will pay like me, $12,500 to import it.. think about it. I bought mine used in 2001 for $12,000, $10,000 to import it.. whew buy it again it seems... do look at the import duties, I think it will surprise you..post-6383-126910729286_thumb.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

unless its something really nice like one of our neighbors has a 928 Porsche Mazda RX-7 a Chevy Van and a mitsubishi 3000 GT turbo now that guy must have some connections he is a fil am /// want a sample of prices of whats here go to Autolink ph

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It is a solid truck, I do cable for the cable company here, actually a trainer, but it is really good other than I know the engine will eventually go down..over 279,000 now.. (smile) unless I can find a cheaper way to get it there, I will just have to look for something there. I will look at the link.. I have a lot of time to see what is available.. With all that is here, I hope I still have retirement.. haha, government is really getting crazy here.

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KennyF

I have a friend here on Camiguin island who has one.

He loves it BUT parts are next to non existant.

Even a simple hose, belt or filter might need ordering from USA.

And of course local mechanics don't have a clue about them.

 

Kenny on Camiguin

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DeezNuz

Forget the Jeep.

 

 

Just come buy an all original Philippine Jeepster!

Toyota Corolla or similar undercarriage with a sheet metal body formed in Jeep style and flare!

 

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Only P110,000-P150,000

 

 

And you got access to all the parts you need.

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smokey

I have a friend here on Camiguin island who has one.

He loves it BUT parts are next to non existant.

Even a simple hose, belt or filter might need ordering from USA.

And of course local mechanics don't have a clue about them.

 

Kenny on Camiguin

 

 

 

 

 

there are places of course in manila where you can get hard to find parts... i had to get some for a older ford explorer this guy specialized in ford and chevy parts...

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