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Buying a car in Poland for export


grubas 12 | 1,391
15 Feb 2012 #31
What does this mean "Na gazie i na beznynie jeździ." ?

It means "Runs on gas (petrol) and LPG.

Żuk (Beetle) can go up to 90-100 km/h but that's "extreme sport".Nysa have the same engine as Żuk.
What do you want to spend on the vehicle?
Harry
15 Feb 2012 #32
What does this mean "Na gazie i na beznynie jeździ." ?

It means that you can fill it with either Liquefied petroleum gas (Autogas) or petrol.

Zuk is impressive allso, but I'm quite skeptic of the zuk running and accelerating to 40km/h in time for tallinn?

The advantage of the Zuk is that you can pretty much live in it when you have to.

You might also want to consider a Nysa (fairly similar to a Zuk).

If you're doing an CEE roadtrip, you can't be doing it in an Italian vehicle!
Richfilth 6 | 415
15 Feb 2012 #33
Bamboosel, the two words you need to look for in any advert are "OC" and "Przeglad"; they mean insurance and technical safety certificate. If you see the words "nie ma" next to them, then the car doesn't have those two things, so don't buy it.

Zuk would be a real hero's car.
Harry
15 Feb 2012 #34
Zuk would be a real hero's car.

Exactly. With a 125p people will think that you're either cheap or slightly stupid. With a Zuk they'll know you're mad.
Bamboosel - | 8
15 Feb 2012 #35
I think our cashlimit for the car is roughly 500€ so it's about 2000pln...
If the vehicle runs and works in tallinn we will take the car to finland and make it a deluxe summer cruiser.
I was born in tallinn at the CCCP era even tho' my memories are vague I still cherish my roots as an Estonian and a former soviet , so it would mean a lot for me to find an old sovietmade car. I doesn't have to be in a mint condition because it's the yourney we're intrested in not the destination.

I take my photos with an original '86 LOMO (not with a cheap copy) I love chebureks and I'm just keen on everything coming from the old soviet countries... Even tho' my parents think I'm a bit loose from the upper compartment, they had to live with the brainwash and the "my comrade"- attitude, for me it's just intriguing.

And I'm not insulting, I'm respecting every single soul that had to push thru the soviet age.
Come to think of it, repairing a -78 Toyota with a pair of pantyhose and a paperclip is impossible, but for the soviet cars they'd be sold as original spareparts.

Soviets had a nice way of thinking i.e the space race: US spent billions on inventing a ball-point capable of writing in outerspace, they got up to writing underwater. At the same time Mr. Gagarin was given pencil...

Sry I got a little off topic.

Exactly. With a 125p people will think that you're either cheap or slightly stupid. With a Zuk they'll know you're mad.

So we should actually be looking for a zuk, a zil, a vaz, a uaz or the italian kind of a 125p? The Zuk got me fired up. :D

And yes I'm cheap slightly retarded and a total nut...
grubas 12 | 1,391
15 Feb 2012 #36
I'm just keen on everything coming from the old soviet countries...

I don't want to dissapoint you but Poland was never a "soviet country" so if it has to be Soviet made your options are limited to Lada,Moskwitch,Tavria, Zaporozec,GAZ and UAZ .

I doesn't have to be in a mint condition

I can assure you that for 500 euros the vehicle won't be even close to mint condition.
Harry
15 Feb 2012 #37
So we should actually be looking for a zuk, a zil, a vaz, a uaz or the italian kind of a 125p? The Zuk got me fired up. :D

Get a Zuk or a Nysa.
Bamboosel - | 8
15 Feb 2012 #38
I don't want to dissapoint you but Poland was never a "soviet country" so if it has to be Soviet made your options are limited to Lada,Moskwitch,Tavria, Zaporozec,GAZ and UAZ .

Shooting frogs out of my anonymous internet mouth, sorry for that... I know that Poland wasn't a soviet country. Molotov and Ribbentrop. I do know... The allmost correct sentence would a be a country behind the iron curtain? Or in front of the curtain depends on which side one is observing it from.

I can assure you that for 500 euros the vehicle won't be even close to mint condition.

That I allready know :D I just felt like I should bring that to the daylight allso. So everybody is now well informed that there will be some crazy finns and an estonian coming to poland in july and buying an old relic and driving it thru the CEE to finland to fulfill a mad dream of having an adventure on roads that most of the pampered finns would avoid because of their prejudice and fear.

The point is that we'd prefer a vehicle with the CEE running in it. No hard feelings guys. Much respect and a bagful of gratitude for helping me out!
grubas 12 | 1,391
15 Feb 2012 #39
I just looked at Allegro,you can get a nice 1997 FSO Polonez WITH OC and Inspection for as little as 228 Euros.Not really a Soviet classic but much more reliable.

The allmost correct sentence would a be a country behind the iron curtain?

I would say Warsaw Pact country or (which I like less) Eastern Bloc country.
Richfilth 6 | 415
15 Feb 2012 #40
Get a Zuk or a Nysa.

A Nysa is out of the question, for the price. They stopped production a long before the Zuk, so there's nowhere near as many around.

A ZiL is also not an option, and while you might find an UAZ for that money, it will not be an enjoyable drive; they sound like a tank, and are thirstier.

But a Trabant 601, a Skoda 105 or 135, or even a Warburg 353 (especially the kombi) would be cheap, economical and easy to fix cars with plenty of, ahem, personality.
Harry
15 Feb 2012 #41
A Nysa is out of the question, for the price. They stopped production a long before the Zuk, so there's nowhere near as many around.

Here's a 1993 for 1,500zl [otomoto.pl/nysa-seria-500-C21944044.html]
Richfilth 6 | 415
15 Feb 2012 #42
Yeah, with no licence plates, so no przeglad or OC either...
MGB
15 Feb 2016 #43
Merged: Buying a car in Poland as a tourist

Hi all
im looking at traveling to Poland for a weeks holiday and while over there getting a car (possibly a maluch) which i will then use to drive back to the UK

im a bit confused as to the buying process and what documentation i will need and where to present it
if anyone could make a step by step guide i would be very grateful
cheers
MB
feikzor
14 Jun 2016 #44
export car from Poland

Hello everyone. I am interesting about buy a car from Poland and i don't know if i can take zoll plates for export and how much it costs?.. Does anyone knows?
Katry
11 Jul 2016 #45
Merged: Buying a car from Poland for export.

Hello!

I'm from Estonia and I would like to know what I should do when I want to buy a car from Poland and I want to drive it to Estonia?

Do I need the transit license plates and temporary insurance? Or can I drive with existing license plates( polish) and insurance to Estonia and then register the car under my name?

Thank you for your answering!
Baldwin
13 Jul 2016 #46
Katry, do you want to buy a used car or a new one?
Raxxx
28 Jul 2019 #47
Merged:

Help needed with car export



Hello. I need some advice and info. About 2 weeks im going to poland. To take a look one car. And if its as good as it should be for me. I will buy it. Car is 2009 bmw 135i e82. Manual. And i wanna take car to Estonia. And here is im lack of info. As shown in pictures car is in the poland registration. Not 100% sure. And when i decide to buy the car. What steps and where i need to take. To start driving to estonia. Paperwork and everything. Also. Am i able to do paperwork on Saturday. Planning to go there i. Friday.
Chris_75
15 Nov 2019 #48
Hi, I am also trying to buy a car in Poland and import it to Spain (where I live). I have gone through the process of importing a car in Spain before when I moved here from the UK. However, I don't know how / if one can buy a car in Poland (without an address in Poland) for the purpose of driving it to and import it in Spain. Things that come to mind / that I have read:

- When buying a car in Poland insurance remains with the new owner for 30 days. Is that correct? Getting a temporary insurance in Poland without an address I assume is difficult / impossible and getting a Spanish insurance company to insure a car not yet registered in Spain I don't think is possible.

- Plates - do they stay on the car for the purpose of driving it back to Spain?
Many thanks,
Chris


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