Thanks, Lew. I've forwarded it to the interested party.
Lew Palmer wrote:
> There are two methods of dealing with the Feds on this subject:
> 1) Have the manufacturer issue a certificate of compliance indicating
> that the car complies with all federal standards. This might be
> difficult, as it clearly does not meet the requirements and it is nearly
> 10 years old.
> 2) Work through a gray-market importer who can retro-fit all required
> equipment, and help you through the red-tape.
> When I was at Silverstone this summer, I was looking to a similar thing,
> but on a much larger scale. A fellow approached me saying he did
> gray-market importing. For what it's worth, try contacting:
> Gerry Wadman
> Sussex Sports Cars
> 5 Sussex Square
> Kemp Town
> Brighton, BN2 1FJ
> Phone: 0870 72743779
> e-mail: email@example.com
> I have no experience with Gerry. I only collected his card and filed it
> for future reference.
> Lew Palmer
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
> Behalf Of Bud Krueger
> Sent: Tuesday, November 26, 2002 10:31 AM
> To: MG List
> Subject: RV8 to USA?
> Hi Listers,
> About a year and a half I helped a friend to find and buy an RV8
> over in
> Jolly Olde. His employer is about to ship him back stateside. To
> no less. Problem is --- he's fallen in love with the RV8 and wants to
> bring it
> with him. Anybody out there know if it's at all possible to do so?
> Bud Krueger
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