Typical sale prices
How much different models usually sell for
The import process for me finished on Friday July 24th (and started May 10th) so 2.5 months in total, I'm very happy.
My V35 Skyline is everything I could have asked for \ wanted in a sports coupe, and it arrived near 'perfect' as described... the rear bumper somehow has a small burn / grease mark at the bottom right during the shipping / compliance process (as it wasn't there post-auction photos) and the rare factory emergency flare was stolen during transport.
Those two issues aside, the car is immaculate, drives brilliant, engine and gearbox are tight and silky smooth and I've received many comments on how pristine the condition of this one is.
All in all it cost me $xx,xxx landed and complied (after everything).
I've updated my blog to reflect the entire process from start to finish at www.v35skyline.com.
Feel free to have another look :)
Thanks again for your help throughout the process and for sourcing such a great car!- George V Adelaide 3 cars incl. 2003 Nissan Skyline 350GT Premium
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This page allows you to view auction sales data for vehicles which have sold at auction recently. From this information you can see what a typical sale price of a certain car might be in the future, based on the year, colour, mileage, and other features.
All sale prices listed are landed and complied prices, and include the purchase price of the vehicle, our service fee, shipping, customs, import duty, GST, and compliance.