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    Xavier Petit-Jean-Boret Xavier PJB's Avatar
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    Greg, I did setup a new business in the USA which buys cars, bikes etc to collection them. I had the assistance of an attorney. Not cheap but efficient. Now I can buy as many as I want (can ?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xavier PJB View Post
    Greg, I did setup a new business in the USA which buys cars, bikes etc to collection them. I had the assistance of an attorney. Not cheap but efficient. Now I can buy as many as I want (can ?)
    The sledgehammer solution, that'll do it. I like your style Xavier ;-) Congrats !
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    Xavier Petit-Jean-Boret Xavier PJB's Avatar
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    So, I solved that issue by setting up a local business : Classic Tribute LLC. I'll use that entity to buy and sell cars between France and USA.
    A bit costly as a solution, but tuning it into a long term opportunity
    All the best.
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    Porsche Panamera Sporturismo E-hybrid

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