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    Hi everyone

    My name's Justin and I'm the Australian representative for Amayama Trading Co., Ltd here in Osaka Japan.

    Amayama supplies new genuine parts for imported Japanese cars across all makes. Our warehouse is situated in Minoo City, Osaka and primarily supply the Japanese and Russian markets, however as of May, 2010 we have entered the Australian market. We have 13 full-time staff on hand in the warehouse and office and have forged strong relationships with all Japanese car manufacturers to supply parts at the cheapest possible prices.

    We're proud to sponsor Toymods and believe it's a great opportunity to support local import Toyota owners, and Toyota enthusiasts in general.

    5% discount to long term Australian resident Toymods members, registered before November 2011 when our Sydney branch opened.

    Having a hard time finding parts for your import? Don't want to wait for Toyota Australia to source parts from Japan? We can help. We have stock on hand for all the most popular models ready to be shipped... and if it's not in stock, we'll get it in and have it shipped straight to your door as quickly as possible.

    Found a cheaper price elsewhere? Let me know where you found it and we'll do our best to beat it.

    **Wholesale enquiries welcome!** We strive to form lasting partnerships built on speedy, professional service and effective support.

    http://www.amayama.com Newly Upgraded Website

    https://www.facebook.com/AmayamaTradingCo Amayama on Facebook

    Address: Osaka, Minoo-shi, Onoharahigashi 4-22-3
    Storehouse Kita-no-mori 562-0031 Google Map

    Email: [email protected]
    Office: +61 2 95348858 - Sydney Branch

    Q+A

    Q: Do you have a store in NSW/VIC/QLD/SA/WA?
    A: Yes. We have a warehouse in Peakhurst, Sydney, NSW.

    Q: Are your prices quoted including GST and Import Duty?
    A: Australian orders are supplied via our Sydney warehouse in bulk and do not attract import duty, so no extra charges are applied to Australian orders except for local postage charges. All parts sourced from our Sydney warehouse will be quoted GST inclusive.

    Q: What payment methods are available?
    A: We accept payment by direct deposit, Credit Card (via Paypal) or Paypal.

    Q: How long will it take for my order to arrive?
    A: Up to 14 business days for air freight and up to 6 weeks for sea freight. Times can vary and many orders arrive quicker than originally quoted. Stock availability and back ordering will affect quoted times even after we've confirmed availabilty, so it's not possible to have orders delivered by a particular date.

    Q: How can you supply parts ex-Japan faster than Toyota themselves?
    A: Amayama isn't part of a supply chain (eg: Toyota JP warehouse -> Toyota AU warehouse -> Dealership -> You) which slows the process. We either have parts in stock and ship directly to you or we order them in locally from Toyota Japan from our Japan warehouse.

    Q: Can you get parts for my (insert old car)?
    A: Possibly! Manufacturers only produce parts for 10 years after a model finishes its production run so after that the likelihood of supplying new genuine parts for old cars becomes less and less over time. Parts availability after the 10 year period all depends on demand, so if you are an owner of a particularly rare model (even in Japan) it's highly likely most parts will be no longer available. We will still check with the maufacturer if you can provide the part numbers.

    We're looking forward to supporting Toymods members!

    Justin



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    Hi,

    Welcome aboard.

    I just can't wait to throw some RA25GT part numbers your way, to see what you can get.

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    do i need part numbers for the older parts? or can i just let u know what i need
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    Quote Originally Posted by river View Post
    Hi,

    Welcome aboard.

    I just can't wait to throw some RA25GT part numbers your way, to see what you can get.

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    I bought some gaskets a couple of weeks ago. best trade price i could get in oz was $200.

    Parts through amyama were $89 posted.

    Only took 5 working days to arrive.

    Also very friendly to deal with, and quick responses to questions.

    Over all very impressed by the professional service and price.

    cheers

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    Can you supply TRD bits? i'll check the part numbers on the website also but interested to know for the more universal bits.
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    River + Timbosaurus: New RA Celica parts are hard to source as you're no doubt well aware, but I do have a contact here in Japan who specialises in old school Japanese parts so let me know what you're after and we'll see how it goes.

    Hurricane: If you can get the part numbers that would help the most, failing that we'd need the VIN/Frame number of the car, and failing that we'd need the year of manufacture, the make and model names, engine type and displacement and any description of the parts would also be helpful.

    James: Thanks very much for posting your feedback

    roadsailing: Yes we can, as with usual orders we'll need the actual part number if possible or a description of the part and the car's VIN/Frame number/date of manufacture/Make/Model/Engine type/capacity.

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    pity the rep system isnt in use in this forum.

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    Man, you guys are awesome!

    I was in desparate need of some brake pad backing plates, anti squeal springs and clips to hold the brake pads in for Gen 3 SW20 front calipers, got a mate to order them through Toyota Aus as he gets trade prices, they said 2-3 weeks.

    Decided to cover all bases and try out the new sponsors, Justin was extremley helpful and very quick to reply to e-mails. I threw a few different part numbers his way, he was able to tell me which ones were the bits I needed and got it all organised.

    I paid the invoice with PayPal on Friday 25th, he let me know on Saturday the payment cleared and they would be shipped on Monday.

    I just got a call then from my mate to say they have arrived at his place today! Still no sign of the bits ordered from Toyota Aus.

    I'm a very happy customer and will be coming back to you guys for all my parts.

    Thanks again!
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    Whitchy: Wow, thank you It's feedback like that that we need. Happy to hear you're satisfied.

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    Default Re: Amayama Trading Introduction

    hey could you please get me a price for a rotor button, distributor cap and a headgasket kit for a 1ggte from a 1988 gz20 soarer?

    Thanks,
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    Default Re: Amayama Trading Introduction

    Hi Justin, FYI, I tried submitting an enquiry through your website page - however I was unable to select a 'model' in the drop down box for some reason. so it wouldnt accept the submission. Might want to check that one out?

    Will send email for now instead.

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    Jt 70R: Thanks for that feedback, actually the website is 99% finished and we've been checking for bugs ourselves in our free time... so you're actually making things a tad easier. Thanks!

    By the way I did receive your emial (and Hiro's) and am waiting on a reply from Toyota. Won't be long.

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    Blair: Just waiting on a reply about those parts you requested, will update shortly.

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