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Author Topic: Want to buy a used Pleasure Way Lexor or Mercedes van conversion- in Canada  (Read 766 times)

angela talbot

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Does anyone have a used Pleasure Way Lexor or a Mercedes van conversion for sale - in Canada. Thank you.

Hfx_Cdn

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     Try Kijiji.ca

Ed
Ed & Donna
Winter-Pinellas Park FL, Summer- Maritime Canada
2000 Coachmen Catalina 34' DP (owned 2004 to 2015)
2006 Jeep Liberty Toad

angela talbot

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Thanks for your reply, Ed. I will try kijiji.

DearMissMermaid

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I found a beauty of a used Pleasureway near Canada, but still in USA.

I called up my friend who does not do internet and said this is PERFECT for you. Go see it! I can see you in it, it's perfect for your lifestyle! The layout suits you, the colors suit you, it's just YOU. Go see it!

Anyhow, my friend went to see it and he fell in love and  bought it! Matter of fact, he sold his car and the PleasureWay is his personal vehicle.

Whee!  So now it's fun to say I picked out his rig for him.  ;D

Wish I could find one for you... ya just never know.
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Living, working. playing  in a Class C, 1994 Tioga Montara, 28'

Pack half the stuff and twice the cash.
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angela talbot

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Well, that's a sweet story, dearmissmermaid. Thanks for passing it on. I've been told it's a series of hassles to bring a vehicle across the border into Canada. I'll look into it because there are certainly way more to choose from in the US.

DearMissMermaid

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I don't know what the hassles are "importing" to Canada.

However, when I lived overseas, certain items I was importing for my employer were so dang complicated that I engaged an agent to do all the paperwork for me. PHEW. Well worth it.

So if it really is a major hassle, find out what an agent charges to do it for you.

Good luck!
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Living, working. playing  in a Class C, 1994 Tioga Montara, 28'

Pack half the stuff and twice the cash.
http://dearmissmermaid.blogspot.com/

angela talbot

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Well, that's a possibility. Thanks for the hint, DearMissMermaid.

Hfx_Cdn

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     Here are 3 links, the last one is an ad for a trans-border broker.  They were a result of a quick Google search and detail what needs to be done to import a vehicle from the US to Canada.  We used a broker familiar to a friend who imported vehicles for resale.  It was back in 2004 and I think we paid around $200 Canadian for the RV.  Note you are required to stop at the US Customs for an exit permit, and they require 3 days advance notice.  You will need to check with the Canadian website to ensure what you are importing is eligible for import into Canada, as not all makes or models can be imported.  Here are the links:

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/transport/road/importing-vehicle.html
http://www.ezbordercrossing.com/the-inspection-experience/import-a-vehicle/importing-vehicle-from-us-to-canada/
https://www.aacb.com/vehicle-importations/?gclid=CjwKEAiA3NTFBRDKheuO6IG43VQSJAA74F77lQsazQArng3aIUhdpTOLZ3l5Vlb8HTZN1RKcef2zWBoCWOfw_wcB

Ed
Ed & Donna
Winter-Pinellas Park FL, Summer- Maritime Canada
2000 Coachmen Catalina 34' DP (owned 2004 to 2015)
2006 Jeep Liberty Toad

angela talbot

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Thank you Ed, for this comprehensive answer and all the links you've provided me.

 

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