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    Default Buying a "custom unpaid" car from FBR

    Has anyone ever done that? What's the auction process and how much duty do you have to pay to get car legalized? In car paper does it say anywhere that it has been bought from Customs auction? Generally does that car has a lower market value then a normal car? Finally is it cheaper to buy an auction car, get it legalised as compared to buying the same model from open market?

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    lower market value, mostly these auction vehicles r overpriced.. for example, u can get a good markx for like 1.8-2.4m however the same unit if auctioned by customs, ll cost u somewhere around 3m. what i have heard from many is, these auctions r not for commoners, infect specific mafia is involved, and bids r high because these documents r then cloned for many vehicles,
    people who use Highbeams.. once day would suffer too bigtime. People who drive slow on fast lanes, remember one day a vehicle carryin ur son, dad might get late to hospital coz people like u. underaged driving will land u in bigtime trouble one day or the other.. And the Blue indication light on ur speedometer denotes "High Beams"

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    if & when custom auctions the seized vehicles a bottom value is ascertained the highest bidder takes the car. The papers issued by customs are enough to register the vehicle in current date. Only registration papers & plate visually tells viewer & a buyer that its an auctioned vehicle. - i.e model 1997, registered 2010, model 2001, registered 2013

    When a buyer verifies the registration document the file tells the tale thus people believe that auction car can be valued to a ' CHORI KA MAAL ' the typical local mentality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by takko View Post
    lower market value, mostly these auction vehicles r overpriced.. for example, u can get a good markx for like 1.8-2.4m however the same unit if auctioned by customs, ll cost u somewhere around 3m. what i have heard from many is, these auctions r not for commoners, infect specific mafia is involved, and bids r high because these documents r then cloned for many vehicles,
    every imported vehicle when apply for registeration at excise office, - the customs documents are referred back to Customs collectorate in original for verification of : Payment machine number, signatures of appraisement officer, (Import General Manifest) IGM number, only after that the registration BOOK is issued to the owner. Any doubts Excise office is requested to impound the vehicle and a Customs Vigilance pays visit to the applicant cnic address.

    Same is applicable for every customs & Govt auctioned vehicle.
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