- May 23, 2020 at 7:01 am #1736BillParticipant
First post and a question I hope there are Swiss members who can help me.
I’ve been looking at an Sp250 here in Switzerland. It has been imported but not registered. This means it has to get through its first MFK. This is where my concerns lie, if I buy it and then find it impossible to get through the MFK then I’ll not be able to use it on the road.
It is a standard unmodified series A, needs some work as it’s been off the road for a while, but more recommissioning than restoring.
I’m really looking to see if anyone has imported a RHD SP250 into Switzerland and if they did what issues did they have at the first MFK.
If it makes any difference I’m based in Allschwil just on the edge of Basel.
Bill.June 1, 2020 at 6:56 pm #1766heh101353Participant
Sorry for the late reply.
My name is Hans living in Reinach. My SP was imported from the UK in 2011 Registered in April 2016 for the first time in Switzerland.
I did not deal with MFK, the garage did. But as far I know there were no troubles at all apart from some mechanical issues.
The SP was sold in Switzerland at the time it was new. So all the essential paperwork is around and the car is generally approved.
There are some 40+ SP in the Swiss Club register!
If you’d like to contact me send an e-mai to sp250_dart “at” wyhe.ch.
HansJune 7, 2020 at 9:44 am #1769John HolmesParticipant
I have just bought a sp 250 here in Switzerland . Mine was imported previously but I am told there are no issues in getting the MFK
Are you talking about the white one that was on auto scout. I f so my mechanic , Gael Carpentier, did a lot of research on it for me and was impressed. He mentioned that the new owner might be giving it to him for a resto. He has just serviced and tuned mine . Great work
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