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Note – new import regulations should be in place by about the end of 2019 which will change how SEVS operates as well as the vehicles allowed for import.

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The Specialist and Enthusiast Vehicle Scheme (SEVS) is currently one of the four options to import a vehicle to Australia.

The SEVS model list covers vehicles built from 1989 onward and is the most commonly used vehicle import method for Australia for normal road use.

Full list of SEVS models approved for import to Australia

Below is a list of the most popular SEVS imports to Australia in recent years.

It is worth noting that many of the older Japanese turbo cars are still very popular worldwide but are becoming increasingly difficult to find in nice condition with genuine low kms.  As these models have been moving to classic status, prices have been rising.

The very nature of performance vehicles increases the chance of harsh treatment and accident repair.  So it takes time, patience and a good budget to select the absolute best examples if you’re looking for something special.

We love sourcing unique and collector vehicles as well as everyday cars in the best possible condition, so let us know what you’re looking for and we can advise you further on likely timeframe and budget.

Online Auction Search — start your research on any model by browsing upcoming Japanese auction cars plus 3 months of past sales.


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  • Rover Mini (1992 to 2000)