Unfortunately, since the Beat and the Figaro were both first produced in
1991, it will be at least another 8 years before you can bring one into the
country and drive it on the streets without meeting EPA and DOT rules.
A friend of mine bought a Ferrari race car from a museum in Germany and it
cost him another $80,000 to make it legal for the road here. One of these
cars might not be that expensive, but how much less will it have to be
before you would do it? I wouldn't doubt that it would cost more than the
car did when new.
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To: "Spridgets" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2008 12:30 PM
Subject: Re: [Spridgets] Monday Morning News
Way more fun is the Nissan Figaro (I WILL have one someday) and the Nissan
Go here http://www.sussexsportscars.co.uk/figaro/
While roaming around England the Figaro was a real head-turner for Jane and
There's a guy in Canada that has Figaros on eBay from time to time. He also
sells a number of Honda Beat cars. More modern looking than the Figaro but
way cool too!
1975 Midget - trailerparked queen - soon to be replaced by the latest
PS - anybody need a 1975 shell?
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