12115 SE 82nd, Ave Portland, OR 97086

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Our goal is to make the buying experience enjoyable for our customers. What originally started out as  a small motorcycle shop has grown into a more diverse range of products which has allowed us to serve more of our customer needs. We spend a tremendous amount of time and energy to source, inspect, purchase, export, ship, and import vehicles of the utmost quality. Why, you ask? 

We believe the purchasing experience should be honest, transparent, relaxed, and enjoyable. Our goal, above all else, is to find you the car you really want. 

Motorcycle Warehouse specializes in importing 100% Federally Legal Japanese, JDM, Right Hand Drive vehicles into the USA straight from Japan. We are located in Portland, Oregon, and just a short drive from Portland. We source and import only reliable vehicles that we would want to drive ourselves. Our goal is to stand out as the leader in importing unique camper vans, postal delivery vehicles, and mini trucks through our outstanding customer service and fast, no hassle, purchasing experience.

If you have come this far chances are you have visited forums and other enthusiast websites that may have brought you some miss information about Right Hand Drive Vehicles. Unfortunately, there are many misconceptions about owning and driving foreign-built that have been imported in the United States.


All JDM Vehicles imported by Motorcycle Warehouse are 100% legal in all 50 states in the U.S. We only import vehicles that meet the legal requirements of being 25 years and older. We follow all customs and import laws to bring non-standard vehicles to fellow enthusiasts in the U.S. who love these rare cars just as much as we do.

All vehicles that Motorcycle Warehouse imports are right hand drive (RHD) as opposed to the standard U.S. Left hand drive (LHD).  We ourselves drive RHD vehicles and have found it is a complete myth that they are difficult to operate and drive in the United States. Click below to see more commonly asked questions.