Another antiquity is up for grabs, but this one has all the more reason to make it to the headlines as this vintage car belonged to the last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II. Like they say, royalty never wears off, no matter how old the heirloom is!
This 1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost has survived so many decades and still manages to carry the tag of $7 million, yes, you are right, this is what you will have to pay to take it off the shelf of global online luxury marketplace, the JamesList.
This car was custom made in the 1920’s and the intricate work has still been kept intact, like the nickel plated fittings and of course the signature style of that era, a speaking tube to pass errands to the chauffer. This royal car graced the Venetian mansion of John Ringling Bros. in Sarasota, Florida.
In a classic car museum this car was exhibited next to Adolph Hitler’s Mercedes, which speaks volumes about this imperial car, but destiny had something else planned for this car. It was bought by a German enthusiast and was kept in his underground bunker till now! This car will not only be a royal legacy, but will also be an important souvenir from the history of the automobile industry.