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The Show Or Display Cars Finally Now In The U.S.

Motoring Research Logo By John Redfern of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 26: Importing a car to the United States is far from easy. However, the NHTSA’s ‘Show or Display’ exemption, introduced in 1999, opened the door to bringing the rarest and most significant vehicles into the USA. Inspired by listing of a 1998 Subaru Impreza 22B on auction website Bring a Trailer, we have taken a look at 25 of the more intriguing pre-2000 cars imported using the Show or Display clause. The age of the oldest cars listed here means the NHTSA’s ‘25-Year Rule’ exemption now applies to them instead. As such, they can be imported without being bound by the limitations of Show or Display.

Retro models imported to help draw a crowd

Importing a car to the United States is far from easy. However, the NHTSA’s ‘Show or Display’ exemption, introduced in 1999, opened the door to bringing the rarest and most significant vehicles into the USA.

Inspired by listing of a 1998 Subaru Impreza 22B on auction website Bring a Trailer, we have taken a look at 25 of the more intriguing pre-2000 cars imported using the Show or Display clause.

The age of the oldest cars listed here means the NHTSA’s ‘25-Year Rule’ exemption now applies to them instead. As such, they can be imported without being bound by the limitations of Show or Display.

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