Not really. As a very rough generalization, here's how it works here: An example of a model that wasn't officially imported must be at least 25 years old to enter the US for road use without restriction. Otherwise, you need to get the car Federally certified privately, which is an expensive proposition even if that model has been privately Federalized before; if no examples of your model have already been certified, it's a very expensive proposition. And I seriously doubt that an Integrale has ever been Federalized. Either way I believe the process involves posting a bond, in addition to the cost of the computer modeling and testing and modifications that might be needed. But absent that, you end up on a display only permit, which allows very limited road use--essentially on the equivalent of a day pass, and not very often. It's pretty sad....Don't you guys over there don't have such rego schemes ?