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    Here you go,you could try this


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    i was interested in doing something similar to an e36, as it's so much cheaper than the rest of the europe, but, as previously stated, it's really more than a straight forward swap, so i gave up the idea. that being said, i would still enjoy reading a thread on this type of conversion, so very best of luck!
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    Everything else is just stuff.
     
     

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    ok here is my viewpoint from living in spain 10 years

    Yes a conversion can be done,however you have to be aware that the cost does mount up,then you have to register it to the nominated countries number plate,so by the time you do this it becomes expensive

    my opinion is also a rhd is dangerous in europe as overtaking and vision is not good,plus a nightmare to sell after.

    you are far better buying in europe i.e lhd below i took liberty to list a couple of websites
    currently germany and hungary seem to be best priced

    www.autoscout24.es
    www.mobile.de

    make sure wherever you take the car,check cost of transfer onto nominated countries number plate also get quotes as for example many companies shall we say take advantage of foreigners lack of knowledge!!!

    or even easier look up prices in country you are moving to
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