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The only Ferrari in the whole area? I wonder what the taxes are there.

You seem to know a lot of Ferraris in Southeast Asia, are you by chance living in that area?
 

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It's the only Ferrari in the country and taxes are almost 300%. That same guy who owns the Ferrari also has a Porsche GT3. The rich in this country try and stick to Merc AMGs and BMW 5 and 7 series and Range Rovers even though Hummer H2s and Escalades are becoing a common sight.

I am from Bangladesh, but right now I am studying abroad.

And thank you for thinking that I know a lot about Ferraris in South-East Asia. I actually don't know that much. From reading some of the posts in this forum, I think Stradale is the specialist on Ferraris in South-East Asia.
 

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man, that license plate looks strange, funny to see though
and those rims? they seem to be very shinny?? or am i wrong? does the car still have the original rims or are those chromed out ones?
 

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Looks like the car is just leaving the garage. there are many other cars that's covered in the background. That's how the letter/alphabets are in Bangladeshi.
 

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The picture was taken in the underground car park of the Nissan showroom. The guy is the Nissan dealer in Bangladesh.

Rims, I believe, are not original.

License plates have the name of the state at the top and the number at the bottom, all using Bengali alphabets and numerals.
 
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