Not exactly. You dont get to ontact the dealer directly. Goo is a go between, a middleman. You will not, in most cases, have the opportunity to have it inspected, which I would recommend you do, also, some dealers charge a higher price once they know its for export, some dealers wont sell it if its for export, and some are just plain crazy. Im not saying dont do it, just know what you are getting into. There a lot of awesome vehicles over there, but there are also vehicles that need work.
I searched using goo net and then found the dealership i was wanting to buy from online and contacted them directly. But i was living in Japan at the time so i had it shipped to my house before i exported.
Like it has been mentioned that price is not accurate on the site and will usually go up.
I had a good experience with them. The representative I worked with spoke good English and the process was fairly smooth. I live in Okinawa Japan and had a vehicle bought and shipped from mainland so I can only speak to Japan to Japan purchases. Overall though, I was pleased and had no issues.
Also, their english facing website does not have as much data as their Japanese website does. If you use Google Chrome's auto translate feature, i found you can find more information on the vehicle when viewing the Japanese website.
I just bought my 73 from the JP version of goo net. I would recommend finding an exporter to work through if you have any questions. Find one you like and send them the link directly to the car.
I live in Japan and it took me almost a year to find one I wanted going through a local intermediary. The dealerships don’t really like to answer questions or provide extra photos, especially if the frame. The market is red hot out here and cruisers go fast.