Posted by Cessie on February 22, 2001 at 10:59:27:
In Reply to: Re: Car Question posted by Nikos on February 21, 2001 at 03:44:46:
You're welcome. I suppose you could try to find a Greek person in Queens, NY, and ask them to handle this for you.
Good luck with the car.
: Thank you very much Cessie for all the information, but i forgot to write that i am from Greece.
: : There are classic car shows that you could find in the newspaper, to find out how to buy one.
: : I have a friend in NY state who is in the car auction business. He told his girlfriend in response to your question that you could go to Motor Vehicles office in the U.S. and fill out forms. If you say it is to take to Greece on vacation, you may drive it there for 15-21 days. A travel agent in Astoria, Queens could probably help arrange to ship the car. If you wish to keep the car permanently in Greece, it is very expensive and you must pay a 300% markup of the value of the entire car. It might be because of emissions controls taxes, etc.
: : I hope this information helps you.
: : : Does anyone know how i can buy an american classic car and then bring it to Greece?
: : : Thanks!
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