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ScottHughes

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  1. The other members pointed out that I was mistaken. You probably want to listen to them. I've never bought a car in Costa Rica.
  2. No, I'm not saying the shipping cost me $800. The car itself cost me $800. What I'm saying is that the shipping cost would be so much in comparison to the price of the car, that it would make sense to just buy a new one at a higher price in Costa Rica.
  3. Thanks for the information. Now I know the truth. Personally, for someone like me it doesn't matter. The last car I bought cost me $800. The price difference would be less than the cost to ship it.
  4. I was told that it is cheaper to buy a car in Costa Rica than in the United States and similar countries. I don't have any personal experience on the matter. Personally, I always buy very cheap cars, and it would cost more to ship the car than to buy the car.
  5. Did you consider getting a lawyer? I'm not suggesting you get a lawyer if you have decided not to, I'm just asking if you considered it. If you haven't you might want to, because lawyers know all the ins and outs of the law.
  6. I don't think I've ever seen any SuperBloques. I may have seen a house made with them, but I probably wouldn't have known.
  7. You probably would be better off measuring in square meters rather than square feet.
  8. Thanks! You too! The only problem I have with this Easter season is that the pool was closed on Friday for Good Friday. I usually go swimming.
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