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  1. Well what can I say We have the most wonderful park owners They have a very nice bathroom and showers A great location wonderful view, quiet area and a great town with pretty well everything we need. Handy to the airport easy to get to Soriana or Wal Mart It is quite new and things are still developing
  2. We live here at RV Park Chapala
  3. Check out RV Park Chapala on the internet it is not in Chapala it is 2kms from Ixtlahuacan de los Membrillos on the Chapala Guadalajara highway
  4. You might wish to check with Gustavo at Ajijic rv park on Rio Amazonas at the corner withRio Chamela he might put something together for you his phone # 33 1352 5125 a nice location just on the west edge of Ajijic
  5. Arturo at the plant pot place there is supposedly looking after the place.
  6. We bought carpet and underlay at Home Depot in Guadalajara a couple of years ago. They didn't have a knee kicker so had to order one in so if some one needs one I just happen to have one.
  7. We crossed at Columbia back in April and went to fill out the forms the fellow handed them to us and saw that we had Resident Temporary cards and took back the forms. He then informed us that we don't fill out the forms anymore and then stamped our passports. Same thing when we came back in Oct. no forms just a stamp in the passport.
  8. I have been picking up new ones at Superlake they generally have one on the shelf and not at an inflated price.
  9. Thanks to everyone for your advice and info, I have just been trying to make sense of this importing thing and all the different costs. Also didn't know the vehicle had to be less then 10 years old. So I guess I give up.
  10. All is well,but why is the cost so high on something you say is of no value. No I am not married to the car but I know the history and the service and low mileage and yes it has leather seats and all the rest of the goodies and I like it I don't need a new car with whole lot of new gadgets I would never use. Basic transportation is all that is needed. A few years ago we exported a motor home from the U. S. to Canada , no cost to export but in Canada at the border we paid the tax, done no brokers involved. As some one mentioned to use our local people in Ajijic, well we tried that and that is where they said Aduana wanted 136.000 peses plus 850.00 U.S. to import the vehicle to the U.S. then export to Mexico [ duh ] another money grab by who knows who on a vehicle that supposedly has little value. So where does the 16 per cent IVA come to this value. So would it work if I was to come to the Mexican border and declare I am importing my car, I realize and appreciate this is Mexico but some things really do not make sense
  11. We have a Canadian Pontiac 2006 G6 , have been quoted from border brokers $ 4890.00 to nationalize, have also been quoted by others at $ 136.000 Pesos , so where does 16 percent IVA plus expenses come in when kelly blue says value $1600.00 . I would gladly hear from some one how to get this done at a reasonable cost. I have been struggling with this for some time trying to get some straight answers.
  12. Having attended the Chapala Immigration workshop and being told that we need to fill out the form coming or going from Mexico. So we get to the Columbia crossing and go to immigration and show our passports and Temporary Resident cards and ask for the form to fill out. We are told the form is only for tourists and that Temporary and Permanent do not fill them out. He stamped our passports but would not give us any forms. This fellow also spoke fluent English so it was not a matter of not understanding our request. Anyone else coming across this.
  13. Thank you Mainecoons for your answer
  14. The new interchange for the Macro Libramiento onto 80 D at Zapotlanejo going to Lagos De Moreno.
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