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  1. Windjammer

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    People in Pakistan work for their money.

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    These limos are imported under the customs heading for commercial vehicles (such as buses) which is defined as any vehicle that can carry X or more number of people. X was something like 10-14 or so. Under this heading, the customs duties are SIGNIFICANTLY less than the usual ~200% on ordinary cars. That is how they are able to import these vehicles and still make money renting them out. These cost around $80k to $150k or so, depending on condition/model/mileage etc.

    Expect most of these cars to be valued around Rs. 10 million or so.

    And that vehicle with a big box thing in the middle in the first video is a funeral car (also called hearse). It's used to carry the coffin when someone rich/famous/powerful dies.