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The World’s most impressive  Car Collections

Crown Prince & Sultan of Johor (Malaysian)

The Sultan and the Crown Prince of Johor have a massive collection of 379 cars from antiques dating back to 1890s to the latest models and collector exotic cars. Collectively the whole family has about 500 cars. The Royal Family do not pay taxes hence it is possible for them to collect such number of cars over 3 generations.

Crown Prince of Johor, High Highness Tunku Ismail ibn Sultan Ibrahim owns the only purple LaFerrari
Purple LaFerrari “TMJ” owner Crown prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim.Purple LaFerrari “TMJ” owner Crown prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim.His dad Sultan of Johor is a hereditary seat and the nominal ruler of the Malaysian state of Johor.

The prince is a sports car enthusiast.All of his car are under the same licence plate “TMJ”.
The rare hypercar was seen 26th of Jan 2016 at the Tan Sri Datuk Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium in Larkin here during the friendly match between Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) and Geylang United
Tunku Ismail is believed to be the first Malaysian that had taken delivery of the distinctly-coloured Ferrari.
Purple
Red brake callipers
Black wheels
Black tinted windows

Aston Martins
Bentley GT

Bentley Mulsanne

Bmw I8
Bmw +30
Bugatti Veyron

Ferrari LaFerrari
Ferrari FXXK Race car
Ferrari 599GTB

Ford GT

Jaguar E type
Jaguar 220

Lamborghini Aventador’s
Lamborghini Espada

MAC truck “Johor ruler, Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar, has achieved his dream when he took possession of the world’s most expensive Mack truck ”

McLaren P1

Mercedes Benz SLR McLaren 722

Mercedes SLS
Mercedes SLR McLaren Edition
Mercedes G63 AMG 6×6
Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman x 10
Mercedes Pullman 600 Landaulet

Rolls Royce +40

Pagani C12

Pagani Huayra


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Official allocation owners/VIP of Ferrari.
Prince Ismail and his father the Sultan owns at least 50 Ferraris & 30 Mercedes.

Estimated value €75 000 000 + 500 cars

The cars are not for sale but enquiries are welcome  

 

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KMH: The World’s most impressive  Car Collections

Crown Prince & Sultan of Johor (Malaysian)

The Sultan and the Crown Prince of Johor have a massive collection of 379 cars from antiques dating back to 1890s to the latest models and collector exotic cars. Collectively the whole family has about 500 cars. The Royal Family do not pay taxes hence it is possible for them to collect such number of cars over 3 generations.

Crown Prince of Johor, High Highness Tunku Ismail ibn Sultan Ibrahim owns the only purple LaFerrari
Purple LaFerrari “TMJ” owner Crown prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim.Purple LaFerrari “TMJ” owner Crown prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim.His dad Sultan of Johor is a hereditary seat and the nominal ruler of the Malaysian state of Johor.

The prince is a sports car enthusiast.All of his car are under the same licence plate “TMJ”.
The rare hypercar was seen 26th of Jan 2016 at the Tan Sri Datuk Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium in Larkin here during the friendly match between Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) and Geylang United
Tunku Ismail is believed to be the first Malaysian that had taken delivery of the distinctly-coloured Ferrari.
Purple
Red brake callipers
Black wheels
Black tinted windows

Aston Martins
Bentley GT

Bentley Mulsanne

Bmw I8
Bmw +30
Bugatti Veyron

Ferrari LaFerrari
Ferrari FXXK Race car
Ferrari 599GTB

Ford GT

Jaguar E type
Jaguar 220

Lamborghini Aventador’s
Lamborghini Espada

MAC truck “Johor ruler, Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar, has achieved his dream when he took possession of the world’s most expensive Mack truck ”

McLaren P1

Mercedes Benz SLR McLaren 722

Mercedes SLS
Mercedes SLR McLaren Edition
Mercedes G63 AMG 6×6
Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman x 10
Mercedes Pullman 600 Landaulet

Rolls Royce +40

Pagani C12

Pagani Huayra



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOznV7Ep0hc

Official allocation owners/VIP of Ferrari.
Prince Ismail and his father the Sultan owns at least 50 Ferraris & 30 Mercedes.

Estimated value €75 000 000 + 500 cars

The cars are not for sale but enquiries are welcome  

 

Having A Wealth Of IDR 12.8 Trillion, The Prince Of Johor Who Wants To Buy Valencia Is A Collection Of 300 Luxury Cars

JAKARTA – The name Prince of Johor has attracted the attention of Spanish football since expressing his interest in buying the Valencia club. It turns out that, apart from liking soccer, he is also crazy about luxury cars.

Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim is the son of the Sultan of Johor and heir to the throne of the small state of Malaysia. With a fortune of more than € 750 million (IDR 12.8 trillion), this men’s car collection is quite extraordinary.

This 36-year-old man is a sports car enthusiast and has a luxurious collection of around 300 models.

At first glance, Prince of Johor’s Instagram account revealed his obsession with football and cars. He is seen posing with some of his huge collections.

Ford GT, Bentley Continental Convertible, Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT, Mercedes G63 AMG, Rolls Royce Ghost, Dawn (white and blue), Wraith, and Cullinan (white, black, red) are just a few of the names that can be found in its spacious garage.

Money is definitely not an issue for the Prince of Johor, and sports cars are a relatively inexpensive pleasure compared to the price Valencia has to pay.

Some time ago, Prince of Johor posted a series of Instastories which included screenshots of articles about Valencia and a website that revealed the club’s value of 408 million euros.

He also made a statement about why he was interested in buying the club from Singaporean businessman Peter Lim. So far, Lim has not expressed his intention to sell the club nicknamed El Che.

Lim acquired debt-ridden Valencia in 2014 but then fell out of favor, selling off his top players repeatedly to reduce the club’s debt.

 

Last week, Prince of Johor met with Lim, but there was no agreement whatsoever. It is estimated that they agreed to meet again and discuss this business someday.

A few days later, the crown prince responded to a fan on Instagram who asked about his intention to buy Valencia.

“Yes, there is a discussion with the owner (Valencia) so that I have shares in the club”, wrote Prince of Johor. But it was postponed due to several complications and problems that needed to be resolved”.

And there are several problems, especially Lim’s current inability to sell more than 51 percent of his shares due to debt restrictions.

What is clear is that the Prince of Johor appears to be on good terms with Lim.

“Lim saved Valencia from bankruptcy. He is definitely (the owner) better than me”, he concluded.

 


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Malaysia’s Mercedes-racing prince of Johor – 5 things to know about athletic royal hunk Tunku Abdul Rahman Hassanal Jeffri

This talented speed demon likes being in the driving seat

A skilled driver through and through, Tunku Abdul Rahman has also been known to sail yachts, ride motorbikes, and even manage the reins of a horse while competing in polo.

He’s got quite a social media following

The prince isn’t one to shy away from social media, and he keeps his 500,000 Instagram followers entertained with posts and stories. And just like any regular fan, he shares shots of himself hanging out with his idols, such as MotoGP champions Marc Marquez of Spain and Australia’s Mick Doohan.

He was knighted at a young age

Aside from officially being known as the Tunku Panglima of Johor, Tunku Abdul Rahman was appointed a datu and the Grand Commander of the Order of the Crown of Johor while still a teen, in 2009, and was knighted in 2015, aged 22. At times, he has proudly donned his military uniform instead of civilian clothes. He once said on Instagram, “I wear my uniform with pride because I’m proud of the regiment I’m serving and also because I earned the wings and badges I have on my chest – I don’t wear them just as decorations.

He maintains a very active lifestyle

With his love for polo and car racing, it comes as no surprise that Abdul Rahman is comfortable outdoors. He spends his weekends on the golf course at times, and swims in one of the pools at the family’s official residence, Istana Bukit Serene. When he’s not staying fit by cycling, running, or riding, he participates in royal engagements, travelling by private jet when he can.

Move aside Rolls-Royce, the Genesis G90 is the new royalty’s choice

We’ve all seen the usual Mercedes-Benz, Lexus, BMWs, or even Rolls-Royces serving as the official state cars, either for the royalty or head of state. All sensible choices, we must say, but perhaps just a little “uninspired”, since pretty much every other head of states (or royalty) have the same car too.

That’s probably how the Sultan of Johor felt, too, because instead of a standard Maybach or some other ultra-luxury model, he’s chosen a Genesis G90 as his official state car! Now, that’s how you stand out in a crowd.

Of course, since it’s an official state car, it won’t be just like any other G90s out there. Firstly, HRH Sultan Ibrahim Ismail’s Genesis G90 is a stretched limousine variant, which gives it an additional 290 mm in length, and 10 mm in height.

We’re also pretty certain that the royalty-spec Genesis G90 is fully armoured, with bullet-proof glass, hardened body panels and the full nine yards to keep the passengers inside (i.e. the king of Johor) safe and sound at all times.

Take a look at what other nation leaders around the world ride in – and how much they cost!

Since the car is likely made to order, there’s no way to know exactly what it’s packing. There are also no other photos of the car as of now, but based on what the standard Genesis G90L comes with in Korea, we can expect two first class-grade reclining seats at the back, with ample of space for other things such as an entertainment centre and fold-out style tables.

Underneath the bonnet, the South Korean-only Genesis G90L comes exclusively with a 5. 0-litre V8 that produces 425 hp and 520 Nm of torque. Power is sent to all four wheels via Hyundai’s HTRAC all wheel-drive system and an eight-speed automatic transmission.

The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class meanwhile can pack up to 630 hp and 1,000 Nm of torque. Check it out here!

It’s also interesting to note that since the Genesis G90L is designated as a South Korea-exclusive, the seating layout actually places the driver on the left, as you can see from the photo above. That’s not really an issue, though, since there’ll always be a motorcade ahead of the car to clear off the roads, and the driver will be specifically trained to drive the car safely, too.

Is this the most interesting official royalty chariot you’ve ever seen? Well, it’s certainly the most unique one here in Malaysia, at least. What other car would you like to see being converted into “royalty-spec”? Let us know in the comments below!

[Photos: HRH Crown Prince of Johor/Twitter]


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Genesis G90 Limousine

Sultan of Johor Donates New Cars to HSA Director and Staff as Appreciation for Their Service

Last September, the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar presented 10 brand new Myvi cars to the nurses of the Royal Ward of Sultanah Aminah Hospital (HSA).

Today, on his official Facebook page, it was announced that Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar donated a brand new car each to the director and staff of the ward.

SULTAN IBRAHIM KURNIAKAN KERETA KEPADA DOKTOR DAN MATRON HSADYMM Sultan Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan…

Posted by Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar on Tuesday, November 24, 2020

It was mentioned that the award was given as a token of appreciation for the dedication, commitment and high professionalism of their services.

Among those who received the vehicles were HSA Director, Dr Mohtar Pungut @ Ahmad; Medical Officer of the Department of Emergency & Trauma, Dr Ismail Jumali and Medical Officer of the Anesthesia Cardiothoracic Unit, Dr Mohd Firdaus Shamsuddin each received a Proton X70.

Meanwhile, Chief Nurse Supervisor, Sarinah Sukor and the Nurse Supervisor, Fauziah Sulaiman each received a Perodua Myvi.

Dato ‘Perdana Dalam, Colonel (B) Dato’ Mohamed Perang Musa represented Sultan Ibrahim and handed over the vehicles to recipients.

Dr Mohtar expressed his gratitude towards Sultan Ibrahim after received the car from the Royal Press Office (RPO).

“I would like to express my gratitude to Allah SWT and pay homage to His Majesty for His Majesty’s gift to my staff and me.”

“I pray for His Majesty and the Royal Family to always be healthy and prosperous. InsyaAllah, we will continue to provide the best service to Tuanku’s family and the people,” added Dr Mohtar.

Also Read: Johor Sultan to Open New Hypermarket Where Shoppers Can Get Goods for 10% Cheaper!

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Johor Sultan Rolled Up In A Hyundai IONIQ 5 To Meet PM – Auto News

We’re pretty well aware that Johor royalty takes every opportunity to show their extensive collection of automobiles, but this newest sighting takes things into unexpected EV territory with the Hyundai IONIQ 5.


When arriving for a meet with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob, the Sultan of Johor, His Majesty Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar was seen behind the wheel of the electric hatchback, accompanied by the usual cavalcade of super-tinted SUVs. Our PM, for example, arrived in a Rolls-Royce Cullinan.

Last month, the ruler of Johor was previously seen with a Genesis G90 as his official chariot of the day, which indicates something of a trend with vehicles from South Korea – Genesis, for the uninitiated, is Hyundai’s luxury sub-brand with the aforementioned G90 being their equivalent of a Mercedes-Benz S-Class or BMW 7 Series.

Onto the IONIQ 5, the car only made its official international debut in February 2021 as the spearhead vehicle of both their EV-focused IONIQ subsidiary marque and the company’s E-GMP (Electric-Global Modular Platform) vehicle architecture.

Its design is pretty much a production-realised version of the Hyundai 45 EV Concept that debuted at 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show with its extremely generous wheelbase, crossover-like ride height, and boldly angular ‘Parametric Pixel’ exterior aesthetic.

It boasts a battery capacity between 58kWh and 77.4kWh and either single or dual-motor configurations with a combined output of up to 320hp and 605Nm. In its longest-lasting variant, maximum range is quoted at 480km before needing a recharge.

With this royal nod, perhaps Hyundai-Sime Darby Malaysia will see fit to fast-track the arrival of the IONIQ 5 to local showrooms. After all, we’ve already had confirmation that Hyundai will be launching their first zero emissions vehicle here in Q4 2021 with the Kona Electric.

TMJ’s cars – The Royal Arsenal

“Royalty is a scarcity, If you own it, you should boast it.”

We can learn this very well from the Tunku Mahkota of Johor (Crown Prince), an automotive enthusiast who splurges a huge load of royal money on his arsenal of cars. TMJ’s life has always been a tapestry of rich and royal hue. The royal family of Johor has always been in news for their rich car collection and one such moment revived the memory recently when The Tunku Mahkota Johor, Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, made his way out of Shangri-La Hotel to witness the Malaysia Super League football match between Johor Darul Ta’zim FC and Felda United. This Royal entourage was moved on the high-end trademark armada of Dodge, Lamborghini and Mercedes-Benz. This lineup was one of a kind with a diversified fleet of latest wheels likes never seen before.

The first car leading the convoy was a classic American muscle beast, a green Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, one of the heavily acclaimed muscle cars at the moment. These muscles are animated to life by a 6.2 litre Hemi V8 engine churning out a ludicrous 707 hp and 880 Nm of torque with a whopping acceleration of 0-100 Km/h in 3.6 sec, making it a perfect vehicle to take the lead roaring out loud.

The American Hellcat was uniquely followed by the German sports luxury coupe Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren. It was something rare adding more bling to the royal fleet with its matte finished grey colour. The royal family has earlier held a wide block of Mercedes-Benz AMG, but this long nose and cab-back proportions was something left to behold. The SLR McLaren spotted was a 722 Edition guise powered with a supercharged 5.5 litre V8, packing a 33 more horsepower for a grand total of 650 and a brain freezing acceleration of 0 to 100 Km/h in a short span of 3.6 seconds, two-tenths quicker than the standard SLR, what else to think then!

Following these luxury chariots, came out shining an epitome of speed and performance, the all-new Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4. This car might not be very popular in this side of the world, especially the milquetoast white, but when there a long italic chrome emblem states “Lamborghini”, one cannot think beyond its aura. After all, it’s a Lambo. Powered by a 5.2 Litre V10 procuring a massive energy of 602 hp with a maximum torque of 560 Nm and an acceleration of 0-100 Kmph in mere 2.5 seconds, catapulting the Royal prince out of the frenzied crowd in seconds.

But behind these masterpieces comes out another German finesse stealing the spotlight with its yellow and black glaze, a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Edition. This car is bestowed generously by the Mercedes-Benz loading with a unique set of extroverted wings-and-spoilers aesthetically hiding a 6.2 litre V8 churning out 622 hp and a herculean torque of 634 nm.

All this facade of sports and adrenaline clears up when we see a hidden symbol of power and performance aptly representing the royal family a brawny British luxury, Bentley Continental GT3-R. This limited-edition British brute is serving the Johor prince in its own skin featuring a 6.0 litre W12 engine pushing out 572 hp and 700 Nm. This palace on the wheel can catapults to 100 Kmph from a standstill in a meagre time span of 3.6 seconds. The outside green strips and rear spoilers symbolise Bentley’s GT genes in this car.

The final chapter of this luxury fleet surpasses the units of power and size, overshadowing the sports toys, appearing as a car, or literally a truck on the prince’s parade – a Mercedes-Benz G 63 AMG 6×6. This last chariot was anchored on six wheels proving the 6×6 statement true in its own terms. Beneath the hood of this all-terrain vehicle lies a rumbling beast of 5.5 litres Biturbo V8 whisking out a 536 hp and 758 Nm torque, equally distributed over its 6 wheels. This massive energy is sent to its 37-inch tyres on rugged bead-plate wheels, making this car a circus on the busy streets of KL city.

Well, If that’s how a prince lives, I would rather be one, in next birth!

Also, Check out the source video uploaded by ImpexBee


Sanchit Agarwal

Aug 24, 2015

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90,000 2015 Koenigsegg Agera RS – specifications, photo, price.

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Chassis 119. About “the customer himself died.” Maybe trite, you decided to cancel your order? For, as far as the Internet is competent in this, “The coronation of the new Sultan of Johor took place on March 23, 2015.” And, by the summer of this 2021, TMJ itself may well be 37 years old. Also, like his father, most likely, he will quite happily manage to reach his 59th birthday. Whereas, if someone died at about that time, then it was his grandfather, who had long retired from business.True, all the same, this happened much earlier than the events in question, back in January 2010.

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Why are you stuck with the Sultanate of Johor? :)). I explain it on my fingers. Malaysia is made up of SEVERAL sultanates ruled by DIFFERENT royal families. It doesn’t have to be someone from Johor. There could be a customer from another sultanate. Yes, Tunku Idris is alive. He maintains his Instagram account, where, by the way, there is not a word about Koenigsegg, but he demonstrated his McLaren, and Bugatti, and Pagani. That Agera RS # 119 was ordered by another person, sort of from the royal family. And, well, he seems to have died. That’s why the car was sold.

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I didn’t finish talking about the Ukrainian owner of Agera Prototype (077), now the former owner :). In addition to the three Huayras mentioned: the Roadster (now sold), the Roadster BC and the Pagani Imola, he also owns several Zondas. At first it was a silver Zonda S Roadster Prototype, which he wanted to rebuild in One-off, but, as my acquaintances from Britain told me, Horacio took the car, because it is important for the history of the brand, because this is the first Roadster. It was Horacio who was already driving at one of the events in Britain in 2018, and not the Ukrainian owner. In return, Horacio gave (for free, as I understand it) a new chassis, and One-off was already built on it for a surcharge.We are talking about the Zonda Unica, the roadster looks like the Roadster Cinque, and the colors are Zonda Tricolore.

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In addition, this person owns a Zonda Cinque (an orange copy, some time ago the gearbox was replaced with a mechanic), a Zonda Revolucion (blue carbon), a Zonda HP Barchetta (matte carbon with a yellow stripe in the center) is already being completed. And it seems like there could be another Zonda. I can’t say which one yet :)). Well, apparently, he already ordered a Pagani “C10”. So it goes:)

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As usual, all of a sudden, an interesting thought arose about the functionality of the rear air intake. For, in order to comply with its functional purpose, the air intake must provide direct access to the incoming flow of oncoming air with the engine compartment and the air-conducting-air supply system of the engine itself, while analyzing the images of the hood and engine compartment engine compartment available to me, it seems that the aforementioned access is not provided, and, accordingly, the specified air intake, for the most part is a purely decorative element.Is it possible to check this by the pictures?

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🙂 Probably, it stuck because it was the sultan, and, precisely, Johora (and the prince of Kelantan :)) were named as the prospective customers. There will be an opportunity to clarify this moment – I will gladly leave Johor, along with all its rulers, heirs, fathers, sons and grandfathers, alone. A banal lack of information of interest with excessive outsiders.

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Regarding the orange-orange CC R 020 that once belonged to Viktor Taknov, known as CC R “Moscow”, and the fact that, initially having received a 718-horsepower engine, tuned to the 91 (read, 95th) gasoline, which is more familiar to the Russian region, by mid-2009 it was updated to 880 (or even 900 (912)) – a strong version of the CC R Evolution, already powered by full-fledged 98-octane fuel, but by and large it was never sold.

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And, almost since January 2016, it is still unsuccessfully sold at various European car dealerships. First, by the Cologne car dealer Amian Exclusive Cars (in January, for 800 thousand, and in the spring of 2016, for 990 thousand euros). Then, from the beginning of 2017 to April 2019, in Adenau, Germany, for exactly one million euros. And, finally, from the summer of 2019 and, possibly, until the present difficult time, again at Amian Ecsklusive Cars in Cologne, but already for 1.2 million euros. In addition, there is an option that, in fact, as chassis 020, the car no longer exists, and, after its conversion into CC R Evolution, is referred to as chassis 024.

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As for the fate of the snow-white 962-strong CC X / CC XF 059, which was broken in July 2011, I can only repeat what I said (more precisely, written) by me earlier. As far as can be judged by the information I have found, after some time, as promised by the Swedish experts, in October 2013, this snow-white car, which during the restoration process turned into a bioethanol version of the CC XR, received new black deflectors behind the front wheel arches, a new the front splitter and red aerodynamic side skirts, as well as the new 9-spoke Dymag Edition Cast Magnesium 9-Spoke Silver Star wheels, were on the premises of the company’s assembly shop in a completely marketable state.In August 2015, it was announced that the restored car again found a new owner, who, apparently, received a new, previously mentioned vehicle registration “531210” for it.

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The sultan of Johor and the prince of Kelantan were not named, but, on the contrary, the prince of Johor (Tunku Idris) or the Sultan of Kelantan (too lazy to google the name).

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059 restored ?! Well they said that he could not be restored. Although, it is not a problem to build a new chassis and stick an old one. But I haven’t seen this car since the accident. And the registration you wrote, which country?

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Regarding the fate of the one-of-a-kind, European carbon fiber CC XR Special Edition 068, then, indeed, a long time (from August 2013 to autumn 2016, although, if desired, this framework can be expanded to “from the end of 2012 (when he was lost on the sweepstakes) until the beginning of 2017 (when, after changing the owner or buyer, he arrived in Germany)), he decorated the showroom of the Moscow Motor Show, increasing its price from the initial 2. 45 to a maximum of 4.4 million dollars.

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However, even when he got to Germany, he wandered around car dealerships (or their online shopping portals) for a whole year, until at the beginning of 2018 he was allegedly sold through the Dusseldorf branch of PACE for more adequate value, 2. 5 million dollars.Either the new owner turned out to be too cunning … wise, or the information about the sale was fake, but after about another year shining the dealer’s PACE stickers, the supercar again went from hand to hand (that is, through the auction).

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First, in the spring of 2020, the Swiss shopping portal Supercarsfor. sale (1.3 million euros), then ended up in the showroom of Amian Cars in Cologne, and then, by the middle of summer, having moved from west to south of the country, became the property of the famous (largely due to its murky history) Semco showroom in Haar Exclusive Cars. Moreover, if I understood correctly, this European CC XR Special Edition-chassis 068 was supposed to represent not the Semco Exclusive Cars showroom itself, but the Dusseldorf JAM’s Garage GmbH.

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However, according to another version, over the past time the car managed to change its owner, which became a certain plump and poorly shaved peasant with the Internet nickname of the same name “jams_garage”. 🙂 Finally, at the end of October 2020, the Swedish supercar itself was seen in the United Arab Emirates, in the city of Ajman, then in Jeddah, and an announcement appeared on the above-mentioned supercarforsale.net portal that is unique in A kind of “European” chassis 068, with a declared by that time 800 + -kilometer mileage, is again put up for auction with the same price change of ownership, estimated at $ 1.3 million.

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170. I know. I wrote this on purpose. 171. Alas, like you, I cannot boast of the breadth (or, the breadth?) Of social ties with foreign car owners of luxurious and very expensive cars. Yes, and with foreign languages, after graduating from the institute and the absence of the need for this, too, is no longer very strong. Therefore, regarding the fate of chassis 059, I will try to answer with my own quote, once collected from the information I have come across so far.

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On the other hand, on the Internet there are quite enough more popular, and no less reasoned and well-grounded evidence that the history of this car ended forever at the end of 2011, during its aforementioned fatal accident in Russian St. the supercar, allegedly, was so badly damaged that it was recognized as not subject to any “resuscitation” restoration, even by the forces of the Swedish company itself.

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Perhaps in this place it is possible to cite as an analogy the similar circumstances of accidents (and their consequences) of two other CC X-generation supercars, which I will talk about a little later. The next chassis number, the gray-silver South African right-hand drive CC XR 060, was destroyed in Johannesburg in March 2010, and, two years later, in March 2012, restored (of course, we will modestly keep silent about the quality and authenticity of the restoration: )), almost privately, without the direct assistance of qualified Swedish specialists.

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Or, a slightly later, bright red-carbon CC X 067 known as the “Custom Vision”, crashed five years later, in September 2016, shortly after its arrival in Mexico, at 12. 5 km of the track, not far from the Mexican the town of Tamaulipas, but already without a chance (or, the owner’s persistent desire) for its restoration.Thus, given the extreme scarcity of information necessary for a sufficiently substantiated judgment about the (possible further) fate of this chassis, this question remains open.

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Actually, if I am not mistaken, at the time of the unfortunate accident, chassis 059 had an Estonian car registration “31 ZKE”. Whereas the nationality of the aforementioned “531210”, apart from its existence and content, is unknown to me. Probably, some details could have remained in the text before it, along with the entire hard disk, was covered with a copper basin. Therefore, in such cases, I try to remind you that the current text is only the result of what I was able to recover from the miraculously preserved remnants of draft files and what the computer wizard was able to pull from the recovered disk.That still work was. : 0

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Duplicate all valuable information on removable media. This is the only thing I can advise.

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Yes, and now. Having spent almost a whole day (albeit with several, not very long breaks) processing your comments and bringing them in line with my own notes, and provided that about 90% of the above comments have already been reflected in one way or another in my notes, I could barely master 101-113. 🙂 If you start to correct one thing, another will come out, you urgently have to correct the third one, or formulate an idea in a different way in a completely different part of the review. There is a sentence, here is a paragraph, you see, almost from scratch almost twenty thousand additional characters are formed.Which still need to be correctly formulated. 🙂

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From time to time, I send them to myself by mail. The disk will bark, but if it is possible to restore access to the mail, at least the last saved version will be a significant bonus to me, if it is necessary to restore the lost one. I tried to store it on the “cloud”, but when instead of (at least) one page, the maximum amount of information copied and posted there has to be limited to one fourth or fifth, and there are about half a thousand of these pages, this method no longer seems so attractive. Although, the idea was sensible.

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Still, despite the artificially whipped up in the commentary 111 intrigue relating to the collector from Nagoya, I would like to disclose it. Yes, and in the rest of the comments, the value of information is determined by the disclosure of its content, and not just the mention that it is there. Well, don’t forget about dating. Or, at least, about the sequence of events. I myself have plenty of information with a still uncertain date.

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Regarding the nationality of the aforementioned vehicle registration “531210”. Can’t it be, for example, Swedish, Norwegian or Danish? Supercars that are not always fitted for modernization remain with their numbers. Again, with “branded” auto-registrations you will not overclock too much, because there are few of them. So, you probably have to use the available auto-registrations from neighboring Scandinavian countries.

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I here once mentioned copies of Koenigsegg and Pagani, one way or another connected with Ukraine, the Russian Federation and other countries of the former USSR. And he said that there were formally three Paganis in the Russian Federation. The blue Zonda S from Victor Taknov, who later sold it to TopCar Design in Marbella, Spain. And they sold it to Britain. The dark gray Zonda S7.3 was also in Moscow, like the blue one. Was sold to Switzerland. And the dark blue F Roadster Prototype, rebuilt from the dark brown S Roadster. Was in Spain, did not enter the Russian Federation, but the owner was from the Russian Federation, he just lived in Marbella. So, I found out that another collector from the Russian Federation (someone Roman Abramovich :))) owns at least two Paganis in France, Zonda R and Huayra BC.

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I dug up in my old pieces of paper the results of the calculated dynamics of Swedish supercars. Posted in “floodilka” (comments 1045-1047). If you think it is necessary for the rating – use it.

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Regarding comment 186. Abramovich’s car is not in France (where they just appeared on the track-day), but in Switzerland, sort of like in Lugano (canton Ticino). By the way, there were a couple more owners. One acquaintance from Europe who is fond of supercars said that it seems that someone from the Russian Federation owns a Huayra Roadster in Europe, possibly in Switzerland. And, it seems, this person also has a coupe, but she did not specify which one, something blue carbon fiber, supposedly. I suppose that it is usual, because I do not know a single BC suitable for the description in those parts. And, kind of like, this person ordered a Roadster BC.Also, someone from the Russian Federation (this or another owner, xs) owns a Zonda R and F. There is no exact information about the F, a coupe or a roadster. Abramovich? But, as far as I know, he has no F. But in France there is a pair of Rs and a pair of F Roadsters :)). True, I know one owner, who has one of these F Roadsters, it seems not Russian :)). And he doesn’t have an R either.

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90,000 This engine sounds like “Yabba Dabba Doo!”

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What person who grew up in Flintstones never dreamed of driving the famous “troncomóvil” ? Given that it is driven by the kinetic energy of the pilot’s and copilot’s legs, it is unlikely that any type of license was needed to get on his rudimentary wooden rudder . ..

The only “but” that can be placed in the “trunk” is the lack of minimum comfort and basic functions in a modern car, such as power steering, air conditioning or something as simple as the floor …

Okay, the Flintstones car (which started in 1960) wasn’t top-performing – it was built of stone and wood, after all – but the poor did everything they could to accommodate prehistoric technological conditions.Let’s not forget that your phone was horn!

There is no doubt that Vilma and Pedro have rotated their legs on each track aboard this pot in such a way that they would not have been able to reach even several days in a row on the elliptical trainer.

Over the years, only another animated series, The Simpsons , has managed to obscure the successful Flintstones. Its great popularity has persisted for 91,040 decades, and its commitment to everything related to them, such as the “trunk”, is only growing, as evidenced by some news, that we have known throughout this past year.

Thus, in January last year, diplomacy between Eastern countries received a new dimension when Sultan Ibrahim de Johor in Malaysia was entertained with a “trunk”. This was posted on his official Facebook account:

“His Majesty the Sultan of Johor received a replica of the iconic Flintstones car yesterday (January 15th), which is guaranteed by to grab the attention of . Unlike the original, this operational version of Pedro Flintstones has its own engine, which means the driver and passenger don’t have to rely on their feet to accelerate the prehistoric march.The car, inspired by the animated series Hanna-Barbera, was a gift for Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarchum Sultan Iskandar His Royal Highness Pahang Regent , Tengku Abdullah Ibni Sultan Ahmad Shah. The Flintstones are Sultan Ibrahim’s favorite cartoons, and Peter Flintstones are his favorite hero. The gift to the Sultan was presented by the official representative of the Crown Prince Pahang, Datuk Manjit Abdullah, in Istan Pasir Pelangi, in Johor Bahru, and if it rains, the car is complemented by an impeccable “ roof” made of fabric with a protective screen. it will be trimmed instead of the real rear window. “

Sultan Ibrahim has since boasted a “chest” with wood-like finishes on the sides, stone material for the wheels and a fabric roof, in the image and likeness of the original series of drawings,

But not everything is there: it will also take you to the home you have on the south coast of Malaysia , specifically in the city of Mersing, inspired by the home of Pedro and Wilma Flintstones . Of course, this sultan’s passion for the 60s animated series knows no bounds.

The distinctive car is complemented by an eclectic collection of cars, including several Rolls-Royce as well as vintage tricycles. In fact, aboard some of these tricycles, he toured Johor State in last year with his family to greet his subjects.

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However, the Sultan is not the only copy of the “trunk” that we have heard about in recent months. Last July, we learned that a group of rugby fans in the United Kingdom decided to auction another replica car via e-Bay to raise funds for British Heart Fund .

Known as Josh with five wives and led by Josh Sparks , 27 years old, a native of the Welsh town of Hawarden, they have been participating in the rugby club for several years, an event associated with the oval ball sport they organize to commemorate his friend Paul Hopkins, who died of heart problems.

In other editions, they have raced with a pirate ship, X-wing from Star Wars, or a tricycle disguised as Super Mario Bros. characters. Although it was in this last edition and with ‘troncomóvil’ when they decided to auction the car for the first time. Everything for a good cause.

The most recent information related to the copy of the Flintstones car came just a couple of weeks ago, when in Florida a man dressed in Flintstones was fined for racing behind the wheel of a tuned Smart, as if our main car was going to be. Faced with such a feat, the agent in charge of stopping it could only exclaim “Yabba Dabba Doo,” the unforgettable battle cry of the Pedro Flintstones.

Of course, in Florida, they should get used to this type of event by now, given that last May in Key West, an island town owned by the Florida Keys, another faithful copy of the “trunk” appeared on the street, this case, with an appropriate parking meter ticket. As prehistoric as they are, the Flintstones’ legacy remains more relevant than ever.At least for some drivers.

Troncomóvil is more modern than ever © Alamy

90,000 ✈️ Johor Bahru – a major city in Malaysia

Johor Bahru is the second most populous city in Malaysia. The state capital of Johor is located in the south of the Malay Peninsula. Johor Bahru is an important industrial and transport center in Malaysia. It is rightfully considered the southern gate of the country. Johor Bahru is a lively city with attractions, hotels, shopping malls, where tourists love to relax.

Johor Bahru is one of the rapidly developing industrial cities of Malaysia. Many of the major electronics manufacturers in the world own at least one factory in this city. Johor Bahru is better known as an industrial rather than a tourist city. Still, about 60% of the 22 million tourists who visit Malaysia every year come to Johor Bahru. Thanks to the dam built back in 1924, which connects Singapore and Malaysia, Johor Bahru has become a popular destination among residents of the neighboring island.

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Johor Bahru is less well-coordinated and much dirtier than Singapore, but not expensive shopping complexes and shops, restaurants and cafes serve as the main attractions of this city for residents of neighboring Singapore. Johor Bahru is also a transit point on the way to more interesting places, for example, to the cities of the Malacca Peninsula and the beaches of Tioman Island.

Johor Bahru is located on the outskirts of the Malaysian Peninsula. The city is separated from Singapore by the Johor Strait, which is about 1 km wide. Johor Bahru is connected to this city-state by a dam bridge. It is currently considered the second largest city in Malaysia.

Attractions

Sultan Abu Bakar’s Royal Palace Museum also known as the Grand Palace. This chic residence of the Sultan of Johor is the main attraction of the city. The Zakharah Botanical Garden is located about 300 m northwest of the palace of the museum complex.

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The palace complex was erected in 1866 by local craftsmen under the guidance of a European architect. The furniture for the palace was made in England by order of Sultan Abu Bakar in the same year. The museum consists of four parts: Dewan, Hall of Treasures, Throne Hall and Hunting Hall. Devan presents a collection of items that were donated to the Sultanate Abu Bakar and his successors, in particular medals, swords, glassware, as well as personal belongings, photographs of the sultans and their families. In the Hunting Hall, you can see stuffed animals (crocodiles, tigers, rhinos, elephants), elephant tusks and more.

In the central building, on the second floor, where visitors are required to take off their shoes, there are the royal bedrooms, the royal dining room, the library, the Royal Council Chamber, the Throne Room (has a pair of gilded thrones). On the ground floor of the central building are presented gold, silver and crystal jewelry, royal regalia, numismatic collection, Malay weapons.

The ruler of Johor, Sultan Iskander, allowed public access to the rich collection of the royal family.In 1990, His Majesty allowed the Grand Palace to be converted into a museum, despite the fact that it still serves traditional royal and state functions. All valuables, antiques and furniture, works of art located in the museum belong to the royal family.

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The old Chinese temple of Johor Bahru was built in the 1870s by Chinese migrants and is one of the oldest historical structures in Johor Bahru. It serves as a symbol of the unity of communities that speak 5 dialects of Chinese.Unlike many Chinese temples that belong to one clan, this one belongs to all of them.

The most interesting to visit the temple will be on the eve of the Chinese New Year and on the twentieth of the first month after the Chinese New Year. Every year in the first lunar month between 20-23 days, the temple holds the “Parade of the deities”. The climax of the parade occurs on the night of the third day, when five deities walk through the city center. Tourists only need to go outside and watch the colorful performances accompanied by dragon and lion dances.The “Parade of Deities” involves over 300 thousand people who parade along the central streets of Johor Bahru.

Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque is located on the top of a small hill overlooking the Johor Strait. It was built between 1892 and 1900. This mosque is considered one of the most beautiful temples in Malaysia. It is a combination of Victorian and Moorish architecture. The mosque’s four minarets are reminiscent of British clock towers. Non-Muslims are not allowed to go inside.Visitors can walk around the territory of the mosque and take pictures. As a sign of respect for the Islamic tradition, tourists must observe the dress code (head covered with a headscarf for women, long trousers for men).

Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque, Johor Baru

Arulmigu Hindu Temple Sri Rajakaliamman is the first glass temple in Malaysia and in the world. Built in 1922, the temple began to be covered with glass elements in 2008 and completed in 2009. And in 2010 it was included in the Malaysian Book of Records as the first and only glass temple in the country.The temple is 90% decorated with a mosaic of 500 thousand pieces of blue, red, green, yellow, purple and white glass. During a visit to the temple, each visitor must take off his shoes and leave his shoes in a special place.

Roman Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception is a beige building with one spire and is the main Catholic temple of Johor Bahru. The church was built in 1883 and is considered one of the oldest historical buildings in the city. Tourists are encouraged to enter it during the Tamil New Year celebrations in mid-January, when the harvest festival is celebrated.

The building of Sultan Ibrahim was built between 1936 and 1940 and was considered the tallest structure in Malaysia during the period of British colonial rule. In Johor Bahru, it retained its status as the tallest building until the completion of the Tower of Merlin in the 1970s. Until mid-2009, the building was used as the administrative office of the Secretariat of State, State Legislative Hall, Office of the Prime Minister. Subsequently, most of these branches were transferred to Kota Iskandar, the new administrative center of the state of Johor.From this place you can look at the Johor Strait and the distant offices of Singapore.

Sultan Ibrahim Building. Johor.Malaysia.

Jalan Wong Ah Fook is one of the main streets in Johor Bahru. The street was named after Wong Phuc Ah, a famous Chinese entrepreneur who was involved in the founding of the city in 1855 and had close ties with the Sultan of Johor. This is a crowded street, which is about 1-1.5 km long. Here guests of the city can find almost everything, from street food, hairdressing and massage parlors to hotels and travel companies.

City Recreation Park , an area of ​​13 hectares located near the city center. The park has seven lakes surrounded by rainforest, a fountain, an outdoor swimming pool, a children’s playground, trails with wooden bridges and platforms. Various traditional Malay wooden houses from each state of Malaysia are the main attraction of this park. There is also an Orchid Park with various types of these plants.

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Chinese Cultural Heritage Museum showcases the arrival of the first Chinese settlers in Johor Bahru, their work in rubber plantations and tin mines, the founding of triads, clans and Chinese communities, and the history of British colonial rule and the period of the war with Japan. It displays exhibits that once belonged to early Chinese settlers, photographs, musical instruments, documents and more.

The upper floor acquaints visitors with the life and work of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen (1866-1925), who is called the father of Republican China.This great revolutionary visited Johor Bahru several times with a call to overthrow the Manchu ruler of the Qing dynasty. The museum shows in detail the struggle of the Malaysian revolutionaries who contributed to the overthrow of the Manchu regime in 1911.

Johor Bahru Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in Malaysia. It was founded by Sultan Ibrahim in 1928 as a private menagerie of the royal family. In 1962, the menagerie became a zoo. It is small and does not have many animals, so it does not cause much delight among visitors.It will not be difficult to see the zoo in one hour. There is a small lake where boats can be rented and a children’s playground.

Zoo Johor

Danga Bay is the largest recreation park in the city of Johor Bahru. It is located 7 km from the city center. The city government has implemented a number of its large projects here, including the construction of a new commercial and financial center, exhibition halls, hotels, a yacht marina, recreational facilities, and elite residential residences.Danga Bay has a high concentration of shopping and dining facilities. To services vacationers are offered two types of cruises in the Danga Bay.

Among the interesting sights of Danga Bay is the Danga Children’s Zoo, Danga World Amusement Park. In Rumah LIMAS, the districts of Johor state are represented by traditional wooden Malay houses. Tram travel can be taken from Dang Convention Center to Festive Street Mall and vice versa. Festive Street Mall is a large number of individual shopping areas and small stalls along the street that sell a wide range of goods.

Danga Bay, Johor

Johor Bahru Art Gallery is housed in an old colonial-style building and has a rich collection of Malay art objects, from sculpture and painting to ceramics and traditional weapons and clothing. The works presented here show the special place of the state of Johor in the culture of Malaysia.

Kwong Sue Cultural Heritage Gallery Johor Bahru was once the headquarters of the Kwong Sue clan community, founded by the influential Chinese entrepreneur Wong Phuc Ah in 1878.The museum displays weapons used in Chinese martial arts, costumes and other items, old Chinese musical instruments, Chinese chess, jewelry, Malay banknotes and coins. The biographies of the former and current leaders of the Kwong Sue clan society are presented here in detail.

Legoland Malaysia is one of a network of Lego-themed parks. The park is designed for families with young children. Although there are a number of roller coasters in the park, the main focus is on attractions for young children.The park is divided into different areas, but Lego Miniland attracts the most attention. It includes 1:20 scale models of famous landmarks from around the world, which are built from 30 million Lego bricks.

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