The Sultan of Brunei

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If you read the article you will find that the Sultans collection is intact and not ruined - and this refers to that of the Prince.
 
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[TW]Fox;18677467 said:
If you read the article you will find that the Sultans collection is intact and not ruined - and this refers to that of the Prince.

the lists posted on the internet of the hundreds upon thousands of cars belonging to him were always credited as belonging to the Sultan himself. The article concedes thats what everybody else thought at the start.

But anway, thats not the point of the thread. It saddens me to think of cars like the Mclaren F1 just sat rotting in the desert heat wasting away, un serviced, un started, unloved with everybody too scared to do anything with them.
 
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[TW]Fox;18677664 said:
Then think no longer, as Brunei is not exactly a desert country! It's a tropical rainforest. :p

Which coincidentally is also mentioned in the article right at the end. However I'll agree it does seem a little bit sad to see/hear of so many great/unique cars simply left to rot.
 
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