This 1983 KP61 Starlet collector Car was sold at USS Tokyo on 08 September 2016 for 445,000 YEN FOB, and is listed as an example of prices at that time. It was eligible for import to Australia under the existing 1988 and older rule
. Auction sheet noted LSD and quite a rough body with dents and rust. Very few of these come through auction in Japan now and this was the only one in the preceding 3 month period. This example should be used as a guide as prices naturally vary over time depending on supply, demand, exchange rates and other factors. Total price in Australia at the time would have been approx. $11,700 landed plus approx. $1,000 compliance allowance, plus tyres if required and ORC's (calculated at a rate of 78 yen to the dollar). Please note that this KP61 Starlet is an EXAMPLE only and is not available for sale. It is intended to provide a good indication of prices at the date listed. We can source for import another similar Starlet to order given some time. To see what's available for import and research sale prices for cars in Japan you can browse past and upcoming Japanese auction cars of any model
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