Japan makes great cars

Japanese domestic Market vehicles are not available for sale in our country. If you want to get your hands on one of these beauties, you have to find a JDM importer. When I thought about buying a Nissan r33 Skyline, I looked all around the state for a reliable JDM importer. I searched dozens of JDM car websites, and I finally found an importer. Unfortunately, I had to drive three hours to meet with the Importer. We discussed the Nissan r33 Skyline and all of the problems with purchasing the Japanese domestic Market vehicle. First of all, I have to buy something that is at least 25 years old. Since the Japanese domestic Market vehicles are made at differently than in our country, they do not meet the same safety standards and regulations set up by our government. If the car is more than 25 years old, they don’t have to meet these same regulations. Flirting with this rule is the best way to buy a JDM vehicle. I met with the JDM importer a few months ago. We discussed the Nissan r33 Skyline, and I gave the Importer a $10,000 retainer. The Importer required a retainer to start looking for the vehicle. Since my price range was $20,000, I was responsible for providing half of that amount upfront. The JDM importer said it might take a few months to find the perfect car, but it’s already been four, and I have nothing to show for my $10,000. Every time I call the Importer, they give me an excuse. I know it can take time to find the perfect car, but I hope the company is legitimate.