Hi Wayne, it's Dan (MY72BUG) We met at the Kitchener Bug Out last summer. Think twice before you touch a Mexican beetle! For one thing you will have GST and import duty on it as it is not 25 years old. You must also be aware that since it is not an antique you may be called upon to upgrade the bug to meet Canadian safety standards and no bug can do that. I met one guy in the USA who got stuck with an unlicenceable bug when he got hooked into a "deal " on a Mexi-beetle. This is why the VW dealers could not import them up here and they would have loved to do so. Want to preserve your car? Oil spray is the only answer. It doesn't have to be heavy or even noticeable but it will rust-proof your bug with no hassles and no other outlay. Failing that go onto Collector Car Trader.com and plug in Volkswagen and do a search in Arizona. I was there in early March and good rust-free Bugs are there for the taking at all prices. I had my eye on a powder blue 1968 in great condition for $1800 but it got voted down by the finance minister(ess) For much less than a Mexibeetle you can still buy the real thing and importing it would be a walk in the park. Dan ( MY72BUG) in Goderich
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