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25-Year Rule: 1996’s best cars now in the U.S.

Motoring Research Logo By John Redfern of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 22: The ‘25-year rule’, administered by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), means U.S. auto enthusiasts often need to be patient to import non-federalized cars. Some quarter of a century after they were first launched, we have taken a look at the import-eligible class of 1996. From British sports cars, to Japanese rally-stage refugees, we have catered for all niche tastes.

Time to party like it’s 1996

The ‘25-year rule’, administered by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), means U.S. auto enthusiasts often need to be patient to import non-federalized cars.

Some quarter of a century after they were first launched, we have taken a look at the import-eligible class of 1996. From British sports cars, to Japanese rally-stage refugees, we have catered for all niche tastes.

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