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Re: Import form Canada

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Butch(OH)

05-21-2013 08:46:27
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Depends on where it was made, how long it has been in Canada, which portal you use and the mood of the border agent. At the very least you should have a bill of sale, documentation of where it was built, and it needs to be clean. You will have to fill out a import declaration form and there is a small cost. If it was made here there will be no duty.
We brought a USA built tractor back into this country a few years ago. We used the portal between Grand Rapids and Winnepeg on 29/75. Agent that day happened to be an antique tractor nut, wanna guess how much hassle we had? Your luck may differ.

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Lamar

05-21-2013 10:29:00
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 Re: Import form Canada in reply to Butch(OH), 05-21-2013 08:46:27  
I called customs at Windsor (probably where I would bring it across). They said all I need is a bill of sale showing the price paid. I asked if I would have to pay duty (tractor was made in Canada) and the agent said it would depend on which officer I got. Apparently it it entirely discretionary on the officer"s part as to what and/or how much I might have to pay. Gotta love our government don"t you.

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Butch(OH)

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 Re: Import form Canada in reply to Lamar, 05-21-2013 10:29:00  
Ya, I dont know about everyone else but Id much rather know exactly what I was about to go through rather than be at the mercy of border agents mood even thoug I got off easy. Two weeks later at same portal a load of three tractors sat for almost a week that had every document I had. You would be wise to wash it even though that agent didn't say anything about it especially if it has any trace of manure on it.

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