This Is What a 'Money Is No Object' Car Collection Looks Like
Khalid Mohammed Abdulrahim of Bahrain wanted a Ferrari Enzo. And since his company built both the Bahrain International Circuit and the Abu Dhabi Formula 1 Circuit, he could easily afford one. So, he called supercar dealers Romans International, and the collection sort of snowballed from there.
Obviously, if you have an Enzo, you might as well get a 288 GTO, an F40, and F50 and a FerrariFerrari. Oh, and a Maserati MC12, because that's basically a rarer and faster Enzo. Plus a 599 GTO and an Abarth 500. Lamborghinis are cool too, so it's not a bad idea to get a Miura, one of the twenty Reventons, a Murcielago LP670-4 SV, and an Aventador SV for good measure. And Porsches. . . everybody needs some of those!
The Carrera GT sounds the best, the 918 Spyder is amazing in every way, while the 993-faced 911 GT1 prototype is much prettier and rarer than a 996 one. 997 GT3 RS 4.0, because that engine is a masterpiece. McLarens? Sure. How about an F1 for starters? We'll need to order a matching P1, but that's no problem. SLRs are sweet too, but let's also add a CLK GTR, because there's one available of the twenty. What else...?
Phil Hill's former Jaguar E-Type? Check? A sweet Shelby Cobra? Done. Toyota 2000GT? Yes. Of course. A Lotus Exige? Splendid! And so is a Noble M600. A Hennessey Corvette? In black, naturally. But let's not forget about the Bugatti Veyron either. Hermès Edition it is!
Further pieces rumored to be in that garage include a Ferrari 250 GTO and a 458, a1972 Porsche 911 RS, a 991 GT3RS and a GT2RS, a Mansory SLR, a 300SL, a Saleen S7, an Aston Martin DB5, a McLaren 675LT and a Pagani Huayra.
Yeah, cool cars.
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