A work friend of mine recently took a business trip to China. Here in the US he drives an Infiniti G37 and when some of the Chinese natives asked what he drove and he told them, they pretty much fell head over heals. Apparently in China that car is worth substantially more then it is in the US. Here it costs about $60k but supposedly it is worth substantially more in China. I was told $7m but im thinking maybe there was some miscommunication and it is more like $700k. Maybe some chinese people in this forum can correct me on this. My point being that it is still substantially more then it is worth here. Now I know nothing of Chinese laws on transporting and selling cars there that were purchased in the US, but my thinking is that there must be some way to move there and transport your car, even if it takes years to do so, then sell your car and get fricking rich. Even worst case scenario I imagine it may take 3-4 years (again with no knowledge of these processes) to fully move there and be able to sell your car. But $700k in 3-4 years isnt half bad for not even working.. Purchase 2 in the US before moving and you double that. Im sure i am not the first person to think of this and China may have some sort of laws to prevent this but what if... Anyone have some further knowledge to confirm or deny that this is possible?