IMPORTING If you want to import a Galant VR4 or Legnum VR4 and you've done your research on which model/spec you want, it's time to speak to an importer. The importers that users of this forum would individually recommend can vary, but everyone agrees that the following importers are respectable and provide a good service. Iron Chef Imports - http://www.ironchefimports.com J-Spec - http://www.j-spec.com.au Prestige Motorsport - http://prestigemotorsport.com.au The general process is that you speak to them to make sure they're the business you want to go with. Once you've decided, you pay their brokerage fee. This fee can vary, depending on who you go with. Iron Chef Imports charge $700, and J-Spec and Prestige charge around $1000. Once you've paid this fee, you will generally be provided each morning with details of every Galant and Legnum currently available at auction in Japan. If you find one that you want, you email the importer to let them know. They will then arrange to get more detailed information about that vehicle (condition of the vehicle, more photos, etc). If you decide it's the one you want, they will arrange to buy the car and have it shipped over to Australia. Before this can be done, you will generally need to pay a percentage of the vehicle's price, in order to demonstrate your commitment to the sale. Once it arrives, you will need to pay the shipping fee. This can vary, but $1400 to $2000 is a good ballpark figure. Once you've paid this fee, the vehicle will be released from the docks, and can be taken to the compliance workshop. Depending on which state you have the vehicle shipped to, this may incur a transport cost. There are currently Galant/Legnum-licensed compliance workshops in Brisbane and in Adelaide. The entire process can take as long as 3 months, sometimes longer. Refer to the importer's website for further details. You may ask questions here at OZVR4, but make sure that you have consulted the importer's websites first and also used OZVR4's search function.