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am interested in buying taiwanese cars for export. does anyone has idea of where to find good and cheap cars ? pls let me know George
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Of course if you need a left hand drive car though, then it depends on what budget and type as we'll as where you are sending it as to whether you can get a good deal in Taiwan.
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