sir pahanap naman ng skyline r 34 at price nia tnx a lot!
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sir pahanap naman ng skyline r 34 at price nia tnx a lot!
skyline r 34 sir baka meron po?
r34 meron yan pero GTS-T lang variant GT-R naku hirap mag hanap
ok,inform me kung meron na kahit gts r 34 non turbo pwede na sa akin.i'll meet up with you just send me the info.tnx=)
>subic before is the cut and weld job (putol at duktong)
>subic before is under value tax payments.
>units from subic before are hopeless vehicles in japan,meaning to say that those are the vehicles that were not bid for a long time and it's ready for cutting (chop-chop).it happen that there were pilipino importer from subic who purchase hopeless car in a vey,very low price in the auction house then import it in subic then sell it on a bargain price or auction price.those vehicles price range is 20,000 to 50,000 in philippine currency.then taxes and conversion is around less than 100,000.
We are a direct member of a auction house in Fukuoka japan.Use vehicles from japan imported to the Philippines are usually purchase in the auction house.To purchase a vehicle in the auction house in japan is not as easy as buying cars in a regular auction yard.
1. You have to be a registered member of the auction company.such as USS FUKUOKA,TAA, USSkyushu GOLD, JU FUKUOKA , JU NAGASAKI, JU SAGA, KCAA ebino, JU oita, JU miyazaki, JU kagoshima.
2. You must be a Japanese citizen or holding a permanent residence visa in japan.
3. you must pay the initial deposit of 100,000 Japanese yen in order to bid a vehicle via online auction.
4. For non member around the world, they can bid vehicles via online auction and pay the initial deposit.
Your agent or Japanese counter part will work for the export process and shipment of the vehicles from the auction house.All vehicles import to the Philippines will be process by its government standard operation procedure of the three(3) government agencies and one(1) government owned and controlled corporations according to importation of used vehicles.Agencies are BEREAU OF CUSTOM (BOC),LAND TRANSPORTATION OFFICE (LTO),BEREAU OF INTERNAL REVENEU (BIR) and CAGAYAN ECONOMIC ZONE AUTHORITY (CEZA) which is under the office of the president's government owned and controlled corporation (GOCC).
The process will be fair and transparent and that is what's happening now is cagayan port irene.It is only the notify party who will work on the documents,conversion and registration as soon as the vehicles arrive in the port of entry.Brokers and fixers are not allowed to process documents.The LTO office is with in the port,so no reason to travel to manila just to register your vehicles and that is against the importation of vehicles law.
The law said..import vehicle should be registered to the nearest LTO office from the port of entry.Basically, you cannot register your vehicle to Quezon city LTO office if your port of entry is port of MANILA.
B plates are much safer than manila plates or any other plates for japan used vehicles.Pull out vehicles will be accomplish with certificate of payment (COP),secretary certficate,OR/CR,LTO plates with the first letter "B",Ad valorem tax receipt,custom clearance and your GATE PASS from bureau of custom and notify party.
We also accept orders of vehicles from japan and korea.We will import your vehicle's base on client's specification.Your safety is our concern, therefor; We make sure that the conversion works (from right hand drive to left and drive) has been done perfectly.CUT AND WELD are no longer existing in CAGAYAN ECONOMIIC ZONE.we use original left hand drive conversion kits.Quality of conversion has already improve in port irene to encourage potential buyers and the market.
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Last edited by ERIC2011; Sep 6, 2011 at 12:53 AM.
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Used Porsches, BMWs back in Cagayan
By Melvin Gascon
Inquirer Northern Luzon
8:58 pm | Tuesday, September 6th, 2011
CAR BOOM IN CAGAYAN A fleet of imported used luxury vehicles—including Porsches, BMWs, Mercedes-Benzes, Hummers—await wash and polishing work at a car lot in Casambalangan village in Santa Ana, Cagayan province. MELVIN GASCON / INQUIRER NORTHERN LUZON
SANTA ANA, Cagayan—The trade of used vehicles has started to gain momentum at the Cagayan Special Economic Zone and Freeport (CSEZF) as people looking for cheaper vehicles have been trooping to the auto yard in Casambalangan village here, two months since a 2008 ban on car importation in the free port has been lifted by the Court of Appeals (CA).
Julian Jovy Gonzales, CSEZF officer in charge, said the five locators (sublicensees) occupying the 5-hectare car lot have begun replenishing their stocks of used cars mostly from Japan and Korea, with a monthly average of two shipments of at least 250 cars arriving at Port Irene here.
Among the vehicles sold here are expensive subcompact coupés and sedans, sport utility vehicles and buses. These include Hummers, Porsches and BMWs.
“We were told [by traders] that business has been going back to normal. We hope that more people would be coming over to have a look at the new stocks here,” said Gonzales.
Ralph Patrick Iloy, CSEZF port operations chief, said seven shipments of at least 1,479 vehicles have arrived since the resumption of used car trade here in late July.
Of this number, 903 units were imported from Japan, while 576, including 82 buses, came from Korea.
When the Inquirer visited the car lot on Saturday, workers were busy refurbishing and polishing the imported cars, some of which bore tags as either sold or reserved.
“We give assurance that these imported vehicles are ‘tsunami-free,’” Gonzales said, referring to the March 2011 tsunami that hit cities along Japan’s eastern coastline, sweeping away and destroying cars, ships and buildings.
Right-hand drive vehicles from Japan need to be converted to left-hand drive to meet Land Transportation Office (LTO) requirements in the Philippines, businessmen in the zone said.
With Filipino mechanics’ ingenuity, the conversion cannot be readily seen when vehicles leave the compound, Inquirer sources in the zone said. They said these used vehicles can easily be passed off as brand new. Among the bestsellers, sources said, are vans and minivans, including older models of the Korean-made Hyundai Starex, which reportedly sell for about P450,000 each.
At the compound of New Apollo CSEZA Inc., the most eye-catching units were sports cars that include Porsches, Mercedes-Benzes, BMWs and Volkswagen Beetle convertibles. Five H2 Hummers were also in stock.
“We are starting to receive the same types of customers like before—middle-class businessmen and farmers who want quality but affordable second-hand vehicles,” Sylvia Geroue, New Apollo manager, said.
New Apollo is one of the car trading companies that were given licenses by Forerunner Multi Resources Inc., the main licensee for car importation operations at CSEZF.
In July 2008, used car trade here stopped after the Supreme Court affirmed the legality of Executive Order No. 156, issued by then President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo in December 2002.
Forerunner questioned the application on the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (Ceza) of EO 156, which bans used car importation in the Philippines.
It would normally take 30 days for an imported used vehicle to undergo processing of its registration requirements until it is ready for use by its new owners in the Philippines, Iloy said.
The process starts as soon as shipments arrive at Port Irene, when a team composed of “boarding parties” from the Bureau of Customs (BOC), Bureau of Immigration, Philippine Coast Guard, Ceza, Forerunner and quarantine officials inspect the contents of cargo ships before off-loading.
The BOC examines the vehicles for tariff duties that must be paid by the importer to the government. Once taxes are paid, the vehicles are displayed at the auto yard while undergoing the usual refurbishing.
The importer then files an application and pays for registration of the vehicles with the LTO, which, in turn, checks the units for road-worthiness and eventually issues the registration documents and a license plate.
“Once all LTO documents are processed, BOC, Ceza and Forerunner approve the gate pass for the vehicles, ready for purchase and driven out of the free port,” Iloy said.
20mins ride lang bahay ko to CEZA..mmhh,mga gustong bumili,mas maganda kung pasyalan nyo muna yerda..makita nyo itsura at pano ginagawa..sakay lang kyo florida bus sampaloc terminal going to santa ana or gonzaga pwede na rin.
Di naman smuggled yang mga 2nd hand vehicles dyan..Obvious na bayad ang taxes nyan kaya nga ang presyo ay parang same din sa mga dealer o legally bought units.