Historic Car Tax Reform Group - Seeking the Removal of LCT on Cars Older than 30 Years

We are a committee, supported by the R.A.C.V., and a range and variety of car clubs, who are seeking to remove the luxury car tax for cars older than 30 years. 

We are seeking to identify the amount of economic activity being denied to Australian business through the luxury car tax preventing imports, by determining (a) the average spend on cars older than 30 years wherever located in the world, and (b) the number of cars older than 30 years that would be imported but for the luxury car tax. 
Thank you for your assistance. 

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* 3. 3. Where are the cars above the LCT threshold located?

  Australia Europe Americas Asia
Car 1 
Car 2
Car 3
Car 4
Car 5
Car 6
Car 7
Car 8
Car 9
Car 10 or more

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* 4. How much have you spent (A$) on each of the cars over the last 5 years in Australia / overseas, inclusive of repairs, restorations, maintenance, storage, costs while in use (i.e., accommodation, fuel, travel), etc.?

  < $5,000 $5k - $10k $10k - $15k $15k - $20k $20k - $30k $30k - $50k $50k - $100k $100k+
Car 1
Car 2
Car 3
Car 4
Car 5
Car 6
Car 7
Car 8
Car 9
Car 10 or more 

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* 5. If the LCT was removed from the import of cars over 30 years old, how many would you import: (a) of your own cars, and (b) of other cars you may have seen for sale overseas.

  1 car 2 cars 3 cars 4 cars 5 cars or more 
Of your own cars?
Of other cars you may have seen for sale overseas?

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* 6. If you are prepared to answer questions please include your name and the best contact number.

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