January 15 2006 05:01:00 »
does anyone know where I can get a cheap car in panama? im flying out there in May and going to travel all the way up to california and really want a car,if you dont know the best place to go looking for one do you know how much cheap oldish cars sell for over there? any info would be appreciated
September 30 2006 21:09:00 »
i know this info is late for you.. but: for all other guys coming to panama and wondering about how to get a car... get one in the states and have it flown over here! cars are so damn expensive here! really. what we locals do is buy one from the states ove the internet nd have it shipped here. it's a lot cheaper! i swear... i hope this post is useful for you... p.s.: get a 4x4 by all means!
June 09 2007 12:06:00 »
we are in panama and have a toyota 1991 4 runner 4x4 for sale. it has californian rego. we have driven it from cali to here...we want to sell it asap.8-6-07.... it runs great. we are going to peru soon as it sells. we are australians on tour
June 16 2007 22:06:00 »
My husband and I are selling our condo on the North Shore hee in Hawaii and moving to Boquete,Panama. We will be needing a 4X4..however wanted a deisel. How much you selling your truck for?
Everyone I talked to told us the import on vehicles is ridiculous and to buy there. What's you take on that? We'll be motoring around for surf quite a bit.
PS: We're selling our condo below market for a quick sale. Let us know if you hear of a surfer who needs a spot 2 minutes from great waves. We throw in one of our trucks for free. If you want to check it out go google: alohatony.com the unit is Ono Vista 51OE.
Catch waves!...good ones...and be safe,
Alison & Bill
November 13 2008 21:11:00 »
go the other way. buy cheap in the north and drive south, then sell for the same, or better if its a good vehicle. or suck it up and lose some cash on your wheels, it still beats buses and taxis, and you can do what you want to on your trip. better waves, less crowds.
December 29 2008 00:12:00 »
The Panamanian culture is as most North Americans Car Crazy. Not only are they owned by a majority of the people they also take care of them as if they were a part of their kin. There are car wash and detail places on every corner, ok that is a bit of an exaggeration, but not by far. Your car can be detailed down to toothbrush clean under carriage with buffed windows and head lights.
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April 23 2009 04:04:00 »
Hi guys ,
Moving to Panama in May and looking for a cheap 4x4 .
If You know or have something , let me know . Or is it easy to
find a car in Panama City ( i mean used car lots ) ?
April 08 2010 16:04:73 »
We have been driving from San Francisco to Panama City. Our beloved Toyota 4runner 1990, Hercules, has made it safely here and unfortunately the next leg of the journey is not for him.
The engine has been entirely replaced for a new one by the Toyota Dealership in San Fancisco, CA. We have just run 12,000 miles on it since. It has been well taken care of with regular maintenance.
Spare tire on the back (brand new).
Automatic / gas
CD/MP3 player/Aux MP3 player hook up
Automatic locks and windows
Optional new car parts (belts, oil filters, pipes, differential gasket), fire extinguisher, jumper cables, tow rope, triangle, and hitch.
$4200 Or best offer
The car still has California plates.
December 12 2010 22:12:00 »
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December 18 2010 10:12:00 »
Anyone know the legal ramifications of driving a car around that's not registered in your name? What kind of paperwork is needed?