Sultan of Brunei Darussalam, Hassanal Bolkiah, who was once reportedly valued at $40 billion, has over 500 Rolls-Royce Luxury Cars and holds the Guinness World Record for the person with the most purchased of the vehicle.
Listing all of the Sultan's highly purchased cars would really require enthusiasts to read a book, so to try make the list more compact, I suggest that we would glean the hidden gems in the Sultan's garage. I compiled only a list of some impressive and vintage Rolls-Royce cars that the Sultan has in his warehouse.
The Sultan's levish spending spree resulted in the purchase of about 7,000 cars that pundits have estimated the net worth of his cars to be $5 billion. The Sultan is the biggest known car collector in the world. He owns over 600 Rolls-Royce Luxury Cars, 450 Ferrari Luxury Cars and Over 380 Bentleys.
Just Imagine owning 7,000 cars. If you are a billionaire, then it's quite possible.
The Sultan is the world's second longest reigning current monarch, after Queen Elizabeth II.
Forbes magazine ranked him as one of the richest people on the world, with a stupendous fortune of $20 billion. He is a lover of Luxury Cars and his wealth enabled him to purchase not just expensive but also rare cars.
See Photos Of Few Of His Rolls-Royce Collection
See Photos Of His Massive Car Garage
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