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Thanks for all your help! You did a great job and will certainly contact you or jspec for my next import. Cars going to get a roadworthy inspection tomorrow and hopefully registering then. Should be a good weekend. Cheers mate! - Charith P
1998 Nissan Skyline GT-T
Thanks for all your help! You did a great job and will certainly contact you or jspec for my next import. Cars going to get a roadworthy inspection tomorrow and hopefully registering then. Should be a good weekend. Cheers mate!
Compliance for the third generation Nissan Cube (Z12) is now available.
Japan has a huge network of auctions with over 130,000 cars auctioned each week. This is an excellent source for cars, and often at the best prices.
View a video showing what takes place when a car at auction is typically inspected by our people on the ground.
We will search through the myriad of auctions each day looking for cars that match what you want. We will then translate the auction sheet, and if the car looks promising we always have it checked by someone in person prior to providing you with information so you can decide if you want to bid. We also provide advice and feedback on how much to bid, and what we think of the car.
Auctions provide typically the best prices and this is why we often recommend them, and they often also have the greatest variety of cars to choose from.
The downside is that you need to be signed up in advance to be able to bid, so it's best suited to people who know they are serious about having J-Spec find and import them a car.
Due to the tight timing of auctions (including getting vehicles inspected in person by someone beforehand) you need to be signed up in advance or there may not be enough time to act.
The Specialist Enthusiast Vehicle Scheme (SEVS) is the method through which the majority of cars are imported into Australia. SEVS cars cover all modern vehicles which are allowed for import, the complete list of cars which are allowed for import can be seen here
As well as modern SEVS vehicles, any car built in 1988 or earlier is allowed to be imported, regardless of make or model.
ALL cars, including those not eligible for road use in Australia. For international or Australian race/rally import customers only.