From Toys to Royce

Russian Rolls Royce

When passing thru Russian suburbs on a train you might have a rare chance to see $450,000 Rolls Royce Centurion car resting crashed on a railways sidewalk among the common for such places trash and tires, like an unwanted toy that is not interesting for the kid left in the dark corner of the yard.

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But there are days when kids love their toys, wash them and care a lot. And the plates say that this is the same car..

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27 thoughts on “From Toys to Royce”

  1. This is maybe a self-made Phantom.

    Probably a fake body over a cheap base.

    Check the picutres of a real Phantom!

  2. And… what’s the story about it?

    If it’s crashed, why the owner didn’t fix them? Simply bought a new one, perhaps?

  3. This is a custom-built, but real RR Phantom Centurion. It was built for some Las Vegas celebrity, but it turned so ugly that it makes you think it’s a replica – I was thinking the same at the first time I saw it.


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