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Nissan Figaro Left Hand Drive

Nissan Figaro LHD for the USA and Canada

The Nissan Figaro has long been a very collectable retro classic and in the last few years Canada and of late, the USA, have joined the list of countries that can import the beautiful convertible classic. Manufactured in 1990 / 1991 it was producd just for 1 year and a limited production of 20,200 vehicles to celebrate the 50 year anniversary of Nissan. The car was only produced as a right hand drive auto, much to the displeasure of left hand drive countries throughout Europe and of course Canada and the USA. Algys Autos junior Company, Figs4u, are the premier Nissan Figaro supplier and have for some years converted and supplied a limited number of Left Hand Drive Nissan Figaro for sale to Europe and the USA. The work to do the job is huge and therefore costly, hence why no-one else attempts the job, it is also of course very skilled work. Figs4u are [...]

The Toyota Pocket Rocket

Toyota Mr2 Sports Car direct Import from Japan by Algys Autos

The Toyota MR2 is a 2 seat, mid-engined, rear-wheel-drive sports car manufacturd by Toyota, introduced in 1983 until July 2007. There are 3 different generations of the MR2: Generation 1 is from 1983–1989, with angular, origami-like lines, the Generation 2 was from year 1990–1999, which had styling that some compared to a Ferrari 355, and lastly Generation 3 from year 2000–2007, which looked like the Porsche Boxster. It was designed to be a small powerful, nippy sport car, with an economical powerplant, but sporty in style and handling. All 3 Generations were 2 seats small engines 1600- 2000cc and extreme fun! The first generation MR2 also had a Supercharged version and has now bcome quite collectable, prices can only spiralupwards. The Generation 2 version also had a turbo charged version whish was extremely powerful and fantastic acceleration for a small low cost sports car.

If you need any of these Toyota MR2 simply email Algys [...]

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