thankfully, retards like you have no voice on capitol hill. they're here to stay, and it's only a matter of time until hispanics have the numbers to force real immigration reform in this country. i just wish so many people didn't have to suffer in the meantime.
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nah dude. from what i've read, there are ~100 r33s in the us, and that's the easiest model to import. it's a true pain in the ass, and if it were an easy thing to profit from, it'd be more common. but good luck just the same. hook me up with an r34 if you make a success of it.
yeah. used to do it all the time. it's super easy.
go to http://www.shroomery.org and look at the sponsored links (they're good reputable dealers). you can get everything you need, from sterilized jars of substrate to whole fire-and-forget mycology kits.
r33 skylines can be imported legally, because back in the day one of the major import groups had it crash tested by the dot. but if you try to title it in california, you're going to pay out the ass to pass the smog test. r34s and r32s are pretty much out of the question, but both are possible if you're willing to shell out big $$$$.
there was a company called kaizo industries that was buying up r34s, pulling out the drive train, upgrading the body to dot standards and shipping them to the us as kit cars, but they got shut down a while ago.