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    You've done very well here!

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    Hmmmmm....what have we here?
    FedEx man just delivered this:

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    Like Christmas morning...
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    Yummy...M&M's

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    Time for a speedometer transplant

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    Looks like a road trip is planned for next Thursday and Friday, 9/8-9/9.
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    Hoping it works out for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocketmanli View Post
    Everything seems to be moving along smoothly...finally. Here's the plan:...
    Excellent regulatory sleuthing, Larry!

    The bike will be even more precious to you with all the work you've put into the export and import. Keep all your docs in a binder.

    I imported a car from the U.S. some years ago, and it involved many hours of research, and was a bit stressful. The biggest risk in the process is the border agent not believing the purchase price. You really have to have that well documented.
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    Got 'er home yesterday!!!!

    Look for an Owner's News article somewhere down the road chronicling this adventure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocketmanli View Post
    Got 'er home yesterday!!!!

    Look for an Owner's News article somewhere down the road chronicling this adventure.
    Great!
    Post up the article here on the forum if you can.
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    Will do.
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    Finally!
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    What a royal pain........
    But done and done! !
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