NGTD SuperDork
10/8/14 1:28 p.m.

Since you sicko's keep drooling over these.

This is a Canadian Gov't auction website and these keep popping up. You have to register to bid. I think the Brits train at CFB Suffield and they must be bringing these over:

spitfirebill PowerDork
10/8/14 3:27 p.m.

I see that have no title, just a bill of sale. That would pretty much kill it for me.

Sil80redtop Reader
10/8/14 6:10 p.m.

Steering wheel on the wrong side for the Brits.

Sil80redtop Reader
10/8/14 6:38 p.m.

You missed a couple:


Camaro with LS1?

HappyAndy UltraDork
10/8/14 9:16 p.m.
spitfirebill wrote: I see that have no title, just a bill of sale. That would pretty much kill it for me.

I don't know about your state, but a proper bill-of-sale from the auction, especially a government auction, should be enough to get you a title. Probably with some extra hoops to jump through, but still doable.

MG Bryan
MG Bryan SuperDork
10/8/14 9:46 p.m.

I want one of these very badly. Guess I have title research to do.

NGTD SuperDork
10/8/14 11:23 p.m.
Sil80redtop wrote: You missed a couple: RX8 Camaro with LS1?

I took one look at the wheels on that RX8 and kept moving.

Read the info close - it is a seized or forfeited vehicle. Somewhere out there a drug dealer is missing his RX8

NGTD SuperDork
10/10/14 9:49 a.m.

Here are more - not all are sub $2014.

Cooter Reader
10/10/14 1:29 p.m.

I think getting it across the border in one piece would be the main issue without a title.

singleslammer SuperDork
10/10/14 1:45 p.m.

Anyone know if you can bring an RX8 into the US from Canada? Like does it have an EPA certificate for the US. See Link for details:

singleslammer SuperDork
10/10/14 1:48 p.m.

Also, where are you seeing no title?

NGTD SuperDork
10/10/14 2:14 p.m.
singleslammer wrote: Also, where are you seeing no title?

The Land Rover's have never been registered.

Federal Gov't vehicles that do not operate on Provincial Roads in Canada are routinely not registered. They only drive around on a Canadian Forces Base which is Federal Land.

Canadian vehicles do not have titles - at least that is not what we call them. In Ontario we call them Ownerships and officially the MTO calls them Vehicle Permits.

NGTD SuperDork
10/10/14 2:15 p.m.

Keep in mind these "auctions" specify a minimum bid and they are not eBay style. You submit a bid and the highest bid, above the minimum, takes the item.

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