I’m looking to buy a 1993 Ferrari 348 TB from Switzerland and then exporting it to my home, in The Netherlands. I figured out - with help from info on this forum - what paperwork/red tape is involved. So I know about the 10% import duties, of which you’re exempt when you can show a EUR1 certificate. This certificate should be issued for the car, while it is still in Switzerland, by Swiss authorities. I’ve asked the seller of the car about it, and he says he can’t obtain the EUR1 because the company that imported the car into Switzerland back in 1993, IFS Suisse, no longer exists! Therefore, formal proof of origin is unavailable. When I Google for a possible solution for this, I come across websites that say they can issue EUR1 certificates if you send them some basic data (like eur1.ch). Seems legit, but I was wondering if there is someone with firsthand experience exporting a semi-classic Ferrari and obtaining the EUR1. And if this issue with the defunct importer sounds familiar to anyone, and if so, what the best solution is (if any). It seems ridiculous I have to pay 10% import duties for a car ‘for not being produced within the EU’ while it is blindingly obvious it came out of Maranello! Hope someone can share some wisdom, would be much appreciated!