Good write-up. Just some additional info. When my cousin imported his Toyota Supra in December, he drooped off his paper work at the U.S. side a week before he actually went to get the car. That should have saved him the hassle of leaving the car two days in the states. Unfortuneately, they forgot to file the paperwork at the border so he still had to leave it for 2 days, Luckily we have friends who live on the otherside and just parked it in their yard (wouldn't want to leave a twin-turboed Supra at a gas station, especially since it wasn't insured yet /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/vulnerable.gif. Other than that, it was very smooth. Took the car to Canadian tire and all that hey checked was the DRL and if the speedo had KPH on it. Still waiting to do the provincial inspection because there is no cat on it and it needs one to pass. I would not hesitate to import a vehicule, especially one from the south!!. They never heard of salt!!