Is it taxable?
Tax depends on how long you've owned it and where the car is being imported from/exported to.
Hi, I have almost bought an Alfa Romeo Montreal. Awesome thing!
So did you buy it, or didn't you? Or are you merely testing the waters to see if its a good investment?
Plan to sell the car when its finished,and it doesnt seem to be a big market in Poland for these cars. Meaning; it will be probably have to be exported agan.
You're right about that. I've shipped 2 cars to Europe and a few to Africa (much bigger market for newer cars, and much better money actually) but the 2 cars to EU were classics and the ones to Africa were salvage titles with some iffy paperwork. One customer was in Czech Republic (saab sonnett) and another was I believe either Sweden or Norway (BMW 2002). The cars to Africa were mainly used late model American suv's and one land rover.
You won't sell an alfa worth $70k depending on condition, serial, spec, etc. in Poland, but you can easily get 30% more than what it's worth in the US if not more. You're more likely to find a customer in Czech Rep, Italy, southern France, Germany, etc. if in the EU and if outside of the EU the gulf states, Russia, etc. You'll definitely make a nice profit if the car originated in US and was sold abroad. Classics sell for a lot more over there. The sonnett I sold for almost 3x what it was worth in the US and almost 5x what I paid for it/put into it. The paperwork is fairly easy and you don't have to deal with a lot of the bullshit that comes with selling cars in other markets. That's why I love the EU market for classics (garbage for American SUVs though). You can pick up a car like the one you want in the US 90%+ finished all OEM for maybe $20-$35k and ship it over to the EU and easily sell it for $55-60k for a quick flip.
- Spanish registration (I do also have Spanish residens card, and could possibly transfer the spanish registration to my name)
Is the registration/title in your name? Or is it registered in Spain (where you're located) and you're shipping it to Poland? If so, that'd be pointless and you'd simply be wasting your time and money.