US and Costa Rican customs have been a pain in the ass. Purchased my Goat in August in Florida.
US Customs seized it because of too low value given. Took the GTO an extra month in the dynamic weather..
When it arrived to Costa Rica, customs loved it apparently and drove it now and then.. It took several months to register the first GTO in Costa Rica because a new class had to be opened.
Today, I went to visit the customs to pick it up. Saw some damage in the front, and the parchment interior and expresso brown exterior had suffered a lot because of rainfall here.
Now it's time for the exciting news!
Me and my 15 y/o son tried to start it. Battery was drained. Left customs, bought a new battery and tried again. Nope, again. Then we went to the gas station and got some jerry cans. Filled it, took two tries, but finally started! All the workers were supposed to be working but when the goat started everyone came to take pictures of each other in the driver's seat. I'll put a youtube link of the car in a later post.
Long story ain't it?
Have a great day