My friend did have a civic that said made in canada. He got it from a friend and it came with a vx ecu so im guessing all was right. but not history on it so dont know what the first guy had to do to get it here.It's not easy unless its on the list of approved vehicles. Canada is no easier than Japan or UK
25 yrs it will be a classic pieces of junk lol......Wait the 25 years, anything newer and you have a 95% chance of customs cutting the car in pieces.
you could drive but getting the ar back to the us would/might be a problemYou couldnt just drive a car up to canada and buy the car you want and drive through? Seems like you wouldnt have to pay customs
Doable but not easy. Plan on replacing both bumper supports and foam with NEW parts from Honda, save the receipts, also will need proof the door bars are the same strength as well as the title from the donor car to prove it was approved for US sale.
My civic was made in Canada also. Means nothing. It is manufactured in Canada to be sold in US. Meaning, it will have already been programmed/setup to meet our emission laws.My friend did have a civic that said made in canada. He got it from a friend and it came with a vx ecu so im guessing all was right. but not history on it so dont know what the first guy had to do to get it here.
well it is a felony to tamper with vins, but :gives:In canada we can.bring them in after 15 years. Get one brought to canada and tag it as the canadian equal then bring it to the states. I know we are alound to bring in even brand new usa cars
come to canada, buy ctr, buy same color 6 gen civic, switch tags, go to dmv register ctr as civic si, drive home, switch title/regestraion.