Sultan of Brunei’s Range Rover limousine to be auctioned offOctober 17, 2019
Auction house “Silverstone Auctions” is going to find a new owner for an unusual limousine Range Rover, at one time built by order of the Sultan of Brunei. This car will be the “lot” of the auction closed festival of classic cars NEC Classic. The car was estimated at 18-24 thousand pounds. This amount is much lower than the one that had to be paid initially: for the car, the buyer laid out 135 thousand pounds
The creation of a “stretched” Range Rover LSE Limousine was done by Townley Cross Country Vehicles Ltd. The owner of such a limousine was supposed to be the younger brother of the Sultan of Brunei – Prince Jeffrey.
The body of the elongated SUV is painted “Rolls-Royce Mason Black” black, which harmoniously harmonizes with the red leather used in the interior trim. Another notable detail is the decorative walnut burl panels. Now the car belongs to a collector from Denmark, but until that moment he managed to ride Mike Tyson in Glasgow before his fight with Lou Savarese, held in June 2000.
Recall, back in 2006, the world community was surprised by the amount of transport owned by the Sultan of Brunei. In this list, which, in addition to cars, also included motorcycles and buses, there were 2,789 items.
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