When you’ve been dealing with JDM cars as long as we have, you learn quite a lot. And like everything else: some positive and some negative. You learn to keep your overhead low so you can provide the customer with a quality vehicle at a lower cost.
But most of all you learn to adapt with the times. Just a few years ago VIP cars were the big thing. You could sell Aristos, Cedrics and Presidents as fast as you could get them. Now you can just give them away.
Most people aren’t interested in performance. They’re just interested in cars that they can slam to the ground and go to the nearest car show with. Low and slow is the new trend.
We sell more high quality JDM Cars than anyone else. We sold more R34s [...]
Full article originally available on CarBuzz http://www.carbuzz.com/news/2016/9/6/Here-s-Everything-You-Need-To-Know-About-Importing-A-JDM-Car-Into-The-US-7735196/
by Jared Rosenholtz
If you’re buying a JDM car in the US, there are really only three ways that you can do it. You can buy it from a private seller, import one yourself, or go through an importer. There are advantages to the first two options, but we’ll explain why going through an importer like John is probably the best choice. Unlike buying a normal car, it is very unlikely that you will be able to inspect a JDM vehicle before you purchase it. Unless you’re willing to fly to Japan to look at several vehicles, chances are you will be buying one sight unseen. Most importers have someone that they trust to inspect the cars in Japan and recommend which ones to buy and which ones to avoid. [...]