We've all heard of the Kazio's and Evolution Imports; where they apparently tried to skirt the laws with clever tactics like bringing the cars through an intermediary southern country first, or some breaking down the cars and shipping the parts to be assembled into a whole new car here - "State Title Legal" - The closest to ever being legit was Motorex - everyone knows that story though.
We've been chasing these unicorn companies for ages. Although, some individuals have managed to bring in cars under show or display titles; like Sean Morris, (who actually did work at Motorex) has been a very vocal member in the web community, has countless websites and resources dedicated to educating the public on all the scams, what to watch out for, show or display and the new 2009 GTR. If there was anyone you might call the current authority on the subject, it would be him.
So, when "Riick Johnson" declared publicly on FaceBook in response to a post about installing OBDII in a Skyline earlier today:
"As an importer of Japanese cars, ignore all these websites that have no idea what they're talking about. It's so easy anyone can legally import/title a Skyline of any year. It's the biggest kept secret in the automotive industry."
You better believe the internet is listening and awaiting further information on this secret. While Sean and others posted link after link (below) supplying resources, proof and evidence of why Riick is either lying or breaking the law, he went on to explain: