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25 Modern Classics Now In America

Motoring Research Logo By John Redfern of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 26: Introduced in 1999, the ‘Show or Display’ exemption allows for the private importation of a car that would otherwise not be street legal in the United States. Cars must be classed as historically or technologically significant to be allowed in by the NHTSA. Having a car approved for Show or Display is a costly process, and one that will see owners limited to covering 2,500 miles per year. The list of vehicles approved under the Show or Display exemption is lengthy. We have focussed on 25 of the most impressive post-2000 models imported into the USA.

Coming to America

Introduced in 1999, the ‘Show or Display’ exemption allows for the private importation of a car that would otherwise not be street legal in the United States. Cars must be classed as historically or technologically significant to be allowed in by the NHTSA.

Having a car approved for Show or Display is a costly process, and one that will see owners limited to covering 2,500 miles per year.

The list of vehicles approved under the Show or Display exemption is lengthy. We have focussed on 25 of the most impressive post-2000 models imported into the USA.

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