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E30 M3 (1986-1991) {Euro 86-892.3L: 200hp @ 6750} {1990 2.3L Evo2/Cecotto/Ravaglia: 220/215/215hp @ 6750}
{1991 2.5L Sport Evo: 238 @ 7000} {US -- 88-91 2.3L: 196hp @ 6750, 170tq @ 4750}
Total produced: 5,280 US, ~13,300 Europe/world


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Old Sun, Sep-20-2015, 12:33:36 AM   #1
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Default Importing ///M3 from Europe

Hi everyone,
I am new to this forum, so please enlighten me, and don`t beat me too hard
Anyway, since cars over 25 y/o are allowed to be imported from overseas, I am contemplating bringing one of those over here. (Either for myself, or for re-sale purposes, it depends). Does anyone know the proper procedure, taxes, import fees, registration issues, etc, companies that do conversion? I know there are different bumpers, etc, but what would be the cost (besides buying it and shipping I, obviously) associated with that? Thanks in advance, has anyone tried this before? Kind thanks in advance
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Default Re: Importing ///M3 from Europe

On 25 year old car, very easy. All you need is to fill out 'HS-7 Declaration form' and pay '2.5% duty rate of car value at the date of import'

Problem is getting the car to shipping company in Europe then securing the car in the container, paying for the container, paying shipping, paying unloading fee in US, paying shipping from port to your destination. If you live in port city then it will cost you less.
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Discussing Importing ///M3 from Europe in the E30 M3 (1986-1991) Forum - {Euro 86-892.3L: 200hp @ 6750} {1990 2.3L Evo2/Cecotto/Ravaglia: 220/215/215hp @ 6750}
{1991 2.5L Sport Evo: 238 @ 7000} {US -- 88-91 2.3L: 196hp @ 6750, 170tq @ 4750}
Total produced: 5,280 US, ~13,300 Europe/world at BMW M3 Forum.com (E30 M3 | E36 M3 | E46 M3 | E92 M3 | F80/X)