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Bravoone 06-03-2008 06:51 AM

Camaro In Italy
 
Hi, i'm new on this forum.
I'm from italy and sorry because i don't speak enghlish wery well:help: :help: :help: , but i know a thing................i love the new Chevy Camaro and i hope a day that will be imported in italy.
hi e re-sorry for english

1bad67camaro 06-03-2008 09:58 AM

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1bad67camaro 06-03-2008 09:59 AM

welcome to camaro5:thumbsup:

roy 06-03-2008 10:43 AM

Wilkommen Bravoone

Bravoone 06-03-2008 08:10 PM

Thank you for welcome to me, I hope that don't imported in europe with opel brand, because the brand opel has too much european features. Unfortunately the chevrolet brand in europe is reserved for a low price market, sigh i want the chevrolet camaro, tahoe, suburban and impala in europe, not a matiz or nubira:paddle: :paddle:
Still, if gm don't imported in europe with a chevy brand, i will be remove the logo from a matia and stick on a my camaro:w00t: :w00t: :thumbup:
Hi everybody

Sierra 06-03-2008 09:34 PM

My God mother is from Pescara. Letto Manopello I believe. Your english is better then my italian.

TAG UR IT 06-03-2008 11:33 PM

welcome!:wave:

Camaro_Girl666 06-05-2008 01:55 AM

Welcome to Camaro5 ^.^

The_Blur 07-19-2008 10:15 PM

It's good to have another overseas supporter onboard!

DeeJay_Pico 07-29-2008 07:35 AM

Hi boy..
I'm italian and the chevrolt italy are confirmed me by phone. The new camaro is not sell in italy.
(((((:
i go in usa for buy wen possible..!

Mr. Wyndham 07-29-2008 09:20 AM

That's too bad.

I'm sorry to hear that!

Emher 07-29-2008 09:28 AM

It's been hinted strongly by people in the loop that the Camaro WILL come to Europe if not next year, then at least 2010. I would expect Chevrolet in any country in Europe to know this by now though, they usually are the last to be informed. And even if they know they might not be able to tell just yet (for whatever reason). But if Chevrolet Sweden is any indication, they'll wait a qhile before saying anything.

So if you have the money and contacts and still haven't heard anything next year or isn't pleased with the import firms avaible in Italy, go ahead and take a trip to the US.

niki1 07-31-2008 10:23 AM

your english is okay:)
the most important thing is camaro:):)
sorry for my english
:D

Delirio 08-12-2008 11:57 AM

Hallo guys... Nothing is still sure to get "The car" directly in Italy, but that's not a big problem.
The big start would be to be able to get it officially in any of the states (Germany would be a nice deal i think) this way you can get it anyway trough an official Chevy dealer.

Look here... http://www.ukgarage.it/ ... we can get them, no problem, just it rises the price almost to the double (check a Musta...) 'cause of fixing to the law (yes... that freekin' orange lights on the behind, you bastards ^_^ ), transport, taxes, bla bla bla, yabba dabba and the obvious income of this dealer.

Yeh... keep the faith.

Andro 01-28-2009 10:16 PM

I miss Italy I lived there for five years. But I'm planning on moving back in the near future and my camaro SS is coming with me

zebra 01-29-2009 01:51 AM

& they call me a necro-poster!

TheItalianJob 01-29-2009 07:18 AM

E io che credevo di essere l'unico italiano qua...
Well I think I'll get my Camaro directly from the States, 'cause I want to finish my studies at the MIT in Boston... I just hope they will accept my application... Do you think I'd have better chances if I say that I'm a Camaro-addicted?

Andro 01-29-2009 08:35 AM

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Originally Posted by TheItalianJob (Post 267365)
E io che credevo di essere l'unico italiano qua...
Well I think I'll get my Camaro directly from the States, 'cause I want to finish my studies at the MIT in Boston... I just hope they will accept my application... Do you think I'd have better chances if I say that I'm a Camaro-addicted?

Yes tell them you are addicted to camaro's I heard that always works :sm0:

Luca 06-28-2009 07:31 AM

Hi, i'm another Camaro Fan from Italy :D
I really love this car is very very Beautiful :bow: I hope one day i can buy one
Sorry for my english, i've learned it only at school :sm0:

F4st1DiO 07-21-2009 08:46 AM

Hi all!
 
Hi everybody!
I found this community looking for Camaro infos! I see that there are other guys from Verona, Italy! I'm here posting because I want to give my contribute to the thread. On a website called www.mobile.de I found a German dealer that imports Camaro at a very good price (imho).
I found an 2LT ad 24900 €. In addition to the 25k € there are other 1000€ for duty and tax.
So with 25900€ everyone can have in Germany (the town is Bremheaven) a 2LT Camaro, with 19" Wheels, Lether interior, sunroof, boston car stereo and much more.
The problem is that I have to go there in Germany, pick the car, drive to Italy for one and half day and once I'm at home, I have to convert the license plates (ITA: thevo reimmatricolare l'auto) to italian ones... :facepalm:

F4st1DiO 07-22-2009 09:37 AM

How to import Camaro in Italy / Come importare Camaro in Italia
 
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I spent the last days calling USA & Germany and looking for forums, to understand what an Italian person has to do to import a Camaro in Italy.

The first step is to find a delaer in USA which is reliable.
Looking at some website like Auto Scout, mobile.de you can easily find USA dealers that already have a reseller in Europe (mainly in Germany).
Personally I choosed "Autohaus" asking for a Camaro 2LT saw on mobile.de at 24900€.

After talking via Skype with the dealer I found that the car shipment, duty and taxes are about 1000€. At this point you have to spend the car price + 1000€ to have the Camaro ready in Germany with temporary license plate (valid for 60 days) with assurance.

Now we have to travel to the reseller in Germany, pay, bring the car and come back to Italy. Usually the European dealers are placed in the North of Germany, near Denmark so there are a lot of km to do to come back to Italy...

Once in Italy we have to go to the local Motorizzazione, to enrol the car to the P.R.A. (Pubblico Registro Automobilistico) and receive the Italian Licence Plates.
Here at this moment we have to pay the IVA (Imposta Valori Aggiunti... the Italian VAT) which is 20% of the Car value. At this time we have spent car price + 1000€ + 20%.

If the Camaro is used, and has more than 6000 km and more of 6 months of lifetime the IVA is assolved and we don't need to pay nothing.

ITA:

Allora ragazzi, in questi giorni ho chiamato USA e Germania per cercare di capire come fare ad importare una Camaro in Italia.

Prima di tutto bisogna trovare un conessionario in USA che sia affidabile.
Cercando su Auto Scout, mobile.de potete facilmente trovare concessionari USA che già si appoggiano a rivenditori in europei (in Germania principalmente).
Io ho scritto ad Autohaus chiedendo un preventivo di una Camaro 2LT vista sul sito mobile.de a 24900€.

Dopo aver sentito via Skype il venditore, ho scoperto che la spedizione, le tasse e la dogana ammontano a 1000€. A questo punto il prezzo dell'auto equivale al prezzo dell'auto +1000€ per avere la Camaro in Germania pronta su strada con targhe temporanee (valide 60 giorni) assicurazione e bollo.

Ora non rimane che andare in Germania a ritirare l'auto, pagarla, e tornare in Italia.. Solitamente i concessionati sono a nord della Germania, a ridosso della Danimarca e quindi per tornare in Italia ci sono un bel po di km da fare...

Una volta in Italia, bisogna andare in Motorizzazione per iscrivere l'auto al PRA e prendere le targhe italiane. ATTENZIONE AD AVERE LA SCHEDA TECNICA E TUTTI I DOCUMENTI. Con le targhe verrà anche richiesta la fattura d'acquisto dell'auto e si dovrà versare l'IVA corrispondente al 20% del prezzo d'acquisto dell'auto... e son dolori!
Prezzo auto + 1000€ + 20%.

Se la Camaro è usata ed è immatricolata da più di 6 mesi e ha più di 6000km al contachilometri L'IVA RISULTA GIA' ASSOLTA E NON DEVE ESSERE PAGATA.

O2BQIK 07-22-2009 02:35 PM

That's great Simone! I hope you are able to get a Camaro soon!

F4st1DiO 07-23-2009 02:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by O2BQIK (Post 710165)
That's great Simone! I hope you are able to get a Camaro soon!

I'll be in touch... at this moment I can't buy from autohouse because the Camaro will cost me about 31000 € because of Italian VAT (20%).

At this moment I'm looking for a Dealer that is able to sell a new Camaro as used. This is possible using some tricks, like stock of car 5 months old and running the cars on test rolls until 6000 km...

My friend/colleague who already bought imported cars know one of these dealers. In these days I'm waiting for a price of a 2LT, yellow with sunroof, RS package, Rally stripes.

Here in Italy with 25000 USD (19000 EUR) you can't buy a car like a Camaro.
A cons is that a camaro need a lot of fuel, and here at this moment the gasoline cost 1,29 Euro/litre (1 litre = 0.26 gal) so is very expansive.

GIJedi 07-25-2009 08:35 PM

I'm stationed at Aviano AB with the USAF and if all goes well, she'll be here by the end of the year. I'm currrently at event code 1100 and she was ordered about a month ago. She'll have to be shipped to my home town dealer, where my Mom will take care of the paperwork, then go on a trailer down to GA, the put on the ship and sent directly to Aviano. The sucky thing is, it'll be the middle of winter when I get her, by the way I figure the way production and shipping. That's the breaks, but I'll have a real badass car soon!!

F4st1DiO 07-27-2009 07:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GIJedi (Post 722750)
I'm stationed at Aviano AB with the USAF and if all goes well, she'll be here by the end of the year. I'm currrently at event code 1100 and she was ordered about a month ago. She'll have to be shipped to my home town dealer, where my Mom will take care of the paperwork, then go on a trailer down to GA, the put on the ship and sent directly to Aviano. The sucky thing is, it'll be the middle of winter when I get her, by the way I figure the way production and shipping. That's the breaks, but I'll have a real badass car soon!!

You're very lucky... only a question. When your car will be at USAF base in Aviano, what kind of licence plates "she" will have your car?
One of your base I presume...

Anyway you're very lucky!

In these days (and I have to thank my colleague's girlfriend) I have a great contact with 3 people that have large experience in importing cars from USA. This crew is contacting all the states dealers looking for a car with my requirements. Of course I'm looking for a 6 month old Camaro with 6000 km so I have not to pay the VAT once the car will be here in Italy.

My plan to buy a Camaro is not dead for the moment! :thumbup:


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