Thank you for your answers
It's nice to look into this.
About the examples above mentioned:
The Japanese Roadster ,is a LHD ,I think this is not relevant for the Canadian market.
It has a Brabus button on the gearschift and a Brabus fuel cap, but it's not a real Brabus.
It's a standard Roadster with Brabus Add on's.
That is no problem because the sellers doesn't advertise him as a REAL Brabus.
The one in England with 3 pictures is very cheap,(3400 CD) But there is a big But.
I have been looking around for Roadsters for quite a time now, and if they are cheap you must wunder why are these Roadsters so cheap?
Sometimes I drove many miles to buy a Roadster, and the advert would say it's a great Roadster.
I would call the owner and ask about the condition of the Roadster, everything 100 %!
Then when you are finally there to make the deal.......................
Ochh yeah small problem with the engine............
I always take my MB star with me to check the Roadster.
So then you can turn around and leave it, that's the best you can do.
So more about prices........
Sometimes people come to me in the parkinglot and ask me what a Roadster would cost.
My answer is somewhere between 3000 CD and 30.000 CD.
Then you can see on there faces that they don't understand.
I will try to explain this:
A Roadster in a very bad condition with high mileage you can buy for 3000 CD.
(If you have a lot off spare time and you have access to spare parts and you are handy and if you have the money to fix it, this is your Roadster!)
A Roadster in a better condition with lower mileage will start at say 6000 CD.
A Roadster in a good condition with lower mileage and with full option will go for 7500 CD and up.
A Roadster in a very good condition with lower mileage and with full option can also go for 10.000 CD
(this would be a Roadster that is only used in summer and taken care off like a baby)
Then we come to the Brabus sections
A Brabus Roadster in not the best state with high mileage go for 15.000 CD
A very good Brabus can cost as much as 22.000 CD.
And the last Type off Roadsters are the special ones.....the collector editions.
There was one for sale here about a month ago for 30.000 CD.
If you look up a carsite like mobile.de you will see that these prices are right.
So comparing Roadster is not so easy,there are things to look for, for instance the extra's on a Roadster are quit expensive.
A paddle shift steering will can cost 1000 CD.
A nice set off wheels can cost you 2000 CD.
So is it interesting to export a cheap problem car?
I don't think so, Then I will only export one Roadster and that will be the end off the story.
In my opinion there could be a market in Canada for Good low mileage full options 60kW Roadsters.
I am now looking into the transport costs and stuff like that.
Sorry for the bad Englisch...
Greetings Theo Luwema