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    Senior Member Sthrnromr's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by PlacerLode View Post
    Mio has it right I'm in Arizona and firearms are a big part of culture here in fact my TW collection is being converted into a gun colection that all fits in a few safes instead of 4 15x50 foot storages that require rent every month !
    Well I am sticking around for when that "new collection" goes up for sale. That could be fun.
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    Anyone know anything about importing USA bikes to Canada? Any tips/tricks/pitfalls to avoid?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TeeDoubleUTwoHundred View Post
    Anyone know anything about importing USA bikes to Canada? Any tips/tricks/pitfalls to avoid?
    Yea I’ve had a couple friends who have moved there, it’s a hassle but not as bad as other countries...

    https://www.1aamotorcycles.com/how-t...nada-from-usa/

    Or you can use a service (if you have the money, this is the way to go) you give them your paperwork and the motorcycle shows up at your house, they provide statuses along the way as well.

    Just look for us to Canada motorcycle import service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeeDoubleUTwoHundred View Post
    Anyone know anything about importing USA bikes to Canada? Any tips/tricks/pitfalls to avoid?
    when I lived in Seattle many TW's went to Canada no problem the border usually wanted documents 72 hours in advance of crossing and for tax purposes they wanted documentation of the price paid, ie bank records, bill of sales etc

    far easier to import to Canada than to Kommiefornia
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sthrnromr View Post
    Well I am sticking around for when that "new collection" goes up for sale. That could be fun.
    it sells on a daily basis
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    Thanks guys...got it!
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