RHD cars NL

RHD cars NL

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Ej74

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1,026 posts

149 months

Sunday 23rd September 2018
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I know the answer is going to be limited but is there any market for RHD cars in NL and pricing would obviously be lower ?

It's GT4 before you ask

As I plan to move over in the next few months mulling bringing an additional car to sell.

What are thoughts on a restored Datan 240z, Corvette Stingray or pickup truck

Thanks

halfpenny43

878 posts

200 months

Tuesday 25th September 2018
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Ej74 said:
I know the answer is going to be limited but is there any market for RHD cars in NL and pricing would obviously be lower ?

It's GT4 before you ask

As I plan to move over in the next few months mulling bringing an additional car to sell.

What are thoughts on a restored Datan 240z, Corvette Stingray or pickup truck

Thanks
Cannot comment on the desirability of a Datsun 240Z etc

However if you were to bring your RHD drive car - there is a large ex-pat community here, so advertising on a website such at expatica.com/nl would be my starting point.
My wife brought her Peugeot 206CC over from the UK, registered it on NL plates and a few years later sold it through Expatica to a Dutch couple moving the the UK.

Transatlantique

3 posts

88 months

Thursday 25th October 2018
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Bear in mind that you will need to have owned the cars in question for longer than 8 months in order to qualify the the import tax exemption. Regarding the market for RHD cars and scoring a satisfactory price... I wouldn't bet on it. The Dutch are thrifty and tough traders by origin. Any value-depreciating factor such as previous import and especially RHD will represent reason for them to put excessive pressure on the price. In general the market for sporty/valuable classic cars is very small there. Especially for margin cars being sold to private owners. You may always be lucky and find an individual enthusiast but that may take months or longer.

Ej74

Original Poster:

1,026 posts

149 months

Thursday 25th October 2018
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Thanks for replies guys
Current cars have been owned for the required amount of time
I can assess when I am there if there is potential

A good mate has some nice American Classics - Stingrays, Pickup Trucks, 240Z etc hence my question