Bringing a Perana back to South Africa

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peranaman
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Bringing a Perana back to South Africa

Post by peranaman » Fri 20 Sep 2013, 17:03

Here's a poser.

What if I have a Perana that was born and lived in Gauteng Province for all it's life. Properly registered with this number pate and the SA identity discs still on the windscreen (yes, even today).

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And what if someone wanted to bring the car back to South Africa - what would be the logistics and method of re-introducing it to SA life again?

The process of it leaving SA in the first place means it may or may not be recorded as such. It was shipped with another Perana in a large container. I have the 'export' papers such as they are.

It's been in the UK since 2001 having work done to it, and now can be returned to it's homeland. Possible? If so how? It could mean the difference between someone paying many thousands in import duty or not paying anything as it's an original SA car.

Just asking.

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Re: Bringing a Perana back to South Africa

Post by Craig » Tue 24 Sep 2013, 11:51

:lol: Maybe try ship to Maputo with a bribe and drive it back?
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Re: Bringing a Perana back to South Africa

Post by peranaman » Tue 24 Sep 2013, 15:15

Craig wrote::lol: Maybe try ship to Maputo with a bribe and drive it back?
How far do you think I'd get driving this along those roads? Potholes, militia, drunken teen shooters.................. ( or is that a peace loving area of Africa?

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