- -
UserInfo

Welcome Anonymous




Membership:
Latest: Micks66
New Today: 0
New Yesterday: 0
Overall: 896

People Online:
Members: 0
Visitors: 2
Bots: 11
Total: 13
Who Is Where:
Visitors:
01. Forums
 Bots:
01. Forums
02. Forums
03. Forums
04. Photo Gallery
05. Forums
06. Forums
07. Photo Gallery
08. Forums
09. Forums
10. Home
11. Forums

Staff Online:

No staff members are online!
We have received
34252306
page views since
July 27, 2010

Hits New Today: 338
Hits New Yesterday: 18041

Server Time
20 January 2018 00:45:33 AEDT (GMT +11)
Q&A > Importing > something we already know... > Community Forums > Mustang Forum Australia - Mustang Tech

View posts since last visitView posts last 24 hoursView unanswered posts
Forum Index > Importing

something we already know... Reply to topic

Author Message
Cruzn65
Mustang Star

Offline
Joined: Aug 16, 2010
Posts: 951
Location: Perth

0 👍 / 0 👎


read this online today..... IMPORTING ARTICLE


early Mustang enthusiast\collector of all bits Mustang

View user's profile
ponyride
Mustang Maniac

Offline
Joined: Aug 15, 2010
Posts: 1979
Location: Perth, W.A.

0 👍 / 0 👎


Yes, all very true. This quote is interesting:

William Famlonga, a partner in Fremantle-based company Universal Customs Brokers, said ... that while he had not seen an increase in demand for US cars in line with the growing strength of the Australian dollar, he had noticed more widespread awareness among US vendors of Australians' interest in their cars.

"The US sellers are holding out for a higher price," Mr Famlonga said. He said this was because many American sellers were aware that Australian buyers could afford to pay more.


Rick.

Old things amuse all minds.

View user's profilePhoto Gallery
mwizz
Mustang Maniac

Offline
Joined: Aug 15, 2010
Posts: 1446
Location: Adelaide

0 👍 / 0 👎


Interesting article


View user's profilePhoto Gallery
tim_morrison82
Mustang Maniac

Offline
Joined: Jul 28, 2010
Posts: 1364
Location: Perth

0 👍 / 0 👎


something else to note, don't import an old engine with these guys... cost me way too much!


Dreaming the dream... Living the reality...

View user's profileSend e-mailVisit poster's website
shermatt
The Fatkid

Offline
Joined: Jul 27, 2010
Posts: 2607
Location: Adelaide/Florida

0 👍 / 0 👎


"The US sellers are holding out for a higher price," Mr Famlonga said. He said this was because many American sellers were aware that Australian buyers could afford to pay more.

Thats why we say we live in Florida. Secondly...you never call from another country saying its leaving the states.....some owners would rather loose their house than know their car is going to another country...and that ratio...believe it or not is about 90% of sellers


Regards



www.facebook.com/home....0476899783

View user's profileVisit poster's website
All times are Australia/Sydney


Jump to:

TopPostersToday
   66STNG 
 Posts: 
 4 

   Nuts 
 Posts: 
 3 

   nassi 
 Posts: 
 2 

   Husky65 
 Posts: 
 1 

   Dwayne 
 Posts: 
 1 

LatestForumPosts
Last 10 Forum Messages

Husky's 65 Restomod
Last post by nassi in Mustang Projects on Jan 19, 2018 22:25:38

66 roof bows
Last post by 66STNG in General Tech Advice on Jan 19, 2018 19:13:40

Nuts Clearance Radiator, T5 Sold, Rack Sold
Last post by Nuts in Mustang Parts for Sale on Jan 19, 2018 12:43:29

Merts deceased estate sale
Last post by unilec5544 in Pre 1973 on Jan 18, 2018 20:29:41

Years in the making....
Last post by ACTstanglover in Mustang Projects on Jan 17, 2018 23:18:27

Dan Gurney passes away
Last post by ozbilt in Events on Jan 17, 2018 10:40:17

67 FG Resto Mod
Last post by Roger in Mustang Projects on Jan 17, 2018 06:54:24

Canberra
Last post by Ausjacko in Events on Jan 16, 2018 17:32:16

Jacko's Project
Last post by Ausjacko in Other Projects on Jan 14, 2018 19:58:14

New Heart for Scarlet
Last post by soc123_au in Mustang Projects on Jan 12, 2018 22:29:21

SocialMedia

Like this page? Google +1 it!