1991 NISSAN FIGARO

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1991 Nissan Skyline GTR

The car arrived in town on Thursday. It looks even better then the pictures!! After a quick safety inspection, it looks to be in beautiful shape. Very little rust on the undercarriage, a few spots about the size of a wheel nut, and that is all the rust I've found. There was a bunch of HKS meters and gadgets in the glove box that I was unaware of, Bonus!! So far it runs very well and the engine is strong.

- Anthony L Alberta, Canada 1991 Nissan Skyline GTR

 

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1991 NISSAN FIGARO This car was auctioned recently, and serves as a real world example of typical pricing for this model with these specifications. Want something similar? Contact us! Engine1,000cc TransmissionAuto Mileage137,000 km ColourGrey Chassis type FK10 Condition/grade3.5

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What sort of condition was it in?

This vehicle was given a grade 3.5 indicating it may have been an ok condition car, but may have some imperfections which may or may not be significant. We would need to have the car inspected in person to confirm this. To learn more detailed information about car at auction we can translate the Japanese auction sheet which will say more about the features, modifications and condition of the car, and we also ALWAYS have cars inspected by someone in person to confirm this information, and get more a detailed description.


Is this car eligible for import?

Yes, this is a model which is eligible for import under the SEVS import scheme.


The details about this car have been provided by the auction house selling this vehicle, prices and details are subject to change, and J-Spec is not responsible for the accuracy of this information. All details can be confirmed if this car is looked into in greater detail.

$11,100 AUD landed and complied
Price Breakdown:
420,000 JPY FOB
@ 80.3 yen bank rate
= AUD $5,250 FOB
AUD $1,900 shipping
$1,350 ocean freight
$550 customs costs
AUD $0 import duty
$5,250 x 0% duty
AUD $650 GST
$5,250 + $1,350 x 10%
AUD $2,200 compliance
AUD $1,100 J-Spec service fee
Estimated Registration Costs
AUD $1,250 registration in VIC
$800 registration
$450 stamp duty
($8 per $200 vehicle value)
AUD $1,150 registration in NSW
$800 registration
$350 stamp duty
($11,100 x 3% duty)
AUD $1,100 registration in SA
$700 registration
$400 stamp duty
(4% x $8,100 + $60)
AUD $1,050 registration in ACT
$700 registration
$350 stamp duty
($11,100 x 3% duty)
AUD $1,150 registration in QLD
$700 registration
$450 stamp duty
(4% of vehicle value, less for some cars)
AUD $1,050 registration in NT
$700 registration
$350 stamp duty
($11,100 x 3% duty)
AUD $1,050 registration in TAS
$700 registration
$350 stamp duty
($11,100 x 3% duty)
Change State:
$1,050 AUD
$1,150 AUD
$1,050 AUD
$1,150 AUD
$1,100 AUD
$1,050 AUD
$1,250 AUD
estimated registration costsexcluding new tyres, if needed
Price Estimates

Any costs listed above are estimates only. Calculations are based on average importing costs and current rates. Final costs are likely to vary slightly from these prices depending on variations in exchange rates and other factors beyond our control, however these rarely are different by a significant amount. Please check with your local registration authority to confirm registration costs and stamp duty.

Exchange Rates

The current exchange rate being used is 81.8 yen however banks never trade at the listed wholesale rate. Typically banks will offer around 1.5 yen less so the rate we use for calculations today will be 80.3 yen, ensuring a realistic price estimate.