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your market in chile is probably less than a thousand people that are in a position to know how to deal with that car. perhaps a resident of a tax free zone might bight, but even that is limited given the make and model.
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We were in Peru. For importing used cars they charge a tax up to 85% ( can't recall the number) of the value and this will be judged by Aduana, despite the selling price.
So yes, ended up in Chile as most of travelers start their SA trips from here. Not a big market indeed, I'd say even less than 300 ppl?? But this car is a perfect match for those who want to cross countries in SA with no restrictions of selling location at the end.
Chile gives 3 months TIP so that's a border run every 90days; However, we only know people with tourist visas get TIP at the border same as what we did, but unsure about how resident visa would affect the outcome. We have no access to these information (anyone by any chance??). Mind the risk is, without a TIP you won't be able to bring the car in.
Hypothetically, once the car entered Chile with both TIP and the ownership under your name, you visitors can drive the car on your behalf (with an apostilled poder) in and out.
Thanks for all your ideas and advice, now I can finally go home:)
All the best. x