Large Car Manufacturers try to stop Direct Import of New Cars to Australia
Classic Porsche prices have been increasing for some years with no sign of this slowing.
A good example is this LHD 1988 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe with 57,000 km which sold today for the Japanese Yen equivalent of over $128,000 landed in Australia once import costs are allowed for.
It was eligible for import to Australia under the existing 1988 and older rule.
To research past prices, you can browse 3 months of past Japan Auction Sales for any Porsche model here.
This allows you to see what has sold in Japan over that time and the actual sale prices. If you need assistance to work out the total import costs to your State please contact us.
We specialise in sourcing the best Japanese cars and we take time to inspect them properly. If you want a genuine km, clean and original vehicle, we can find it for you.
You need to be ready and waiting for the right car though, some are not easy to find these days.
When it does come up, you need an agent that puts in the extra effort to thoroughly inspect it for all the usual faults and issues and provides a full set of pictures on auction day so you can decide what it’s worth.
Rule #1: Don’t EVER buy a car unless you’ve had someone you trust check it first.
Our Past Client Inspections page is filled with examples of vehicles we have inspected for clients. You can browse actual pictures taken at auction and see the service we provide.
We only source the best vehicles with genuine kms. Read about our Genuine Mileage Promise.