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  1. 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.
  2. 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/
  3. 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/
  4. Kaz-kzukNA1's Avatar



    The compressor position is shifted about 8mm outward on the 97+ bracket while the A/C idler pulley geometry stayed the same.
    Thus, the pulley/CL assy design changed on the 97+ model.








  5. Kaz-kzukNA1's Avatar
    Extra photo for future reference.








    Mounting geometry at the Eng block is exactly the same between the two.