The owner of the Rolls Royce Museum in Main, German Hans-Gunther Zach is planning to sell of his entire collection, that includes the renowned ‘Star of India’, a one-off 1934 Phantom II 40/50 HP Continental “All-Weather Convertible,” custom made for the Maharaja of Rajkot.
The interior of the car is also made entirely in ochre, and the dashboard is marbled with saffron paste. Another special trait of the car is its large number of headlights. The two fog lights follow the movement of the steering wheel, while in front of the windscreen, two small lights flash in orange.
Now the gorgeous car has been listed for sale via online global luxury marketplace JamesList for £8 million, or about $13 million. The winning bidder may very well end up with the most expensive car in the world!