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  1. Heineken's Avatar
    Kaz mentioned it in one of his blog entries. It was easy to get in Japan but not that easy in Europe.
    Since my parents in law are biochemists they pointed me in the right direction regarding the chemicals and after watching several hours of nail art videos I was quite sure it's the same thing
    Updated 03-01-2021 at 08:52 AM by Heineken (typo)
  2. Silver Surfer's Avatar
    Absolutely fantastic find...very useful!

    SS
  3. Heineken's Avatar
    You're welcome

    Quote Originally Posted by goldnsx
    11 years back. Thanks.
  4. goldnsx's Avatar
    11 years back. Thanks.
  5. Heineken's Avatar
    Than this would be your message, I suppose: http://www.nsxprime.com/forum/showth...=1#post1146389

    Quote Originally Posted by goldnsx
    I've did this for a German owner, but 10 years ago and didn't recall how I did it. Thanks for the refresh of my memory.
  6. goldnsx's Avatar
    I've did this for a German owner, but 10 years ago and didn't recall how I did it. Thanks for the refresh of my memory.
  7. NZNick's Avatar
    Indeed - there was one vital piece of paper that the vendor had to get a stamp for - that was to effectively de-register the car from the system to enable it to be exported.
  8. Heineken's Avatar
    Hi Nick,
    The process for buying a Japanese car from abroad is probably very different - something I don't have experience with. It's nice to see though that the corresponding platforms seem to build upon the same data. Most used vehicle dealers are selling abroad as well. When I bought my NSX the dealer initially thought it was for export, too

    Quote Originally Posted by NZNick
    I bought my NSX from Japan - the initial search website that I used was https://kuruma-ex.jp/usedcar - it seems to combine listings from both https://www.carsensor.net/ and https://www.goo-net-exchange.com/.
    I bought from a specialist shop -https://www.route-ks.com/ , via an English-speaking intermediary - http://proslink.jp/
  9. NZNick's Avatar
    I bought my NSX from Japan - the initial search website that I used was https://kuruma-ex.jp/usedcar - it seems to combine listings from both https://www.carsensor.net/ and https://www.goo-net-exchange.com/.
    I bought from a specialist shop -https://www.route-ks.com/ , via an English-speaking intermediary - http://proslink.jp/