This is what happens when you can’t afford to drive a luxury car (Video)

If you cannot afford for a gorgeous luxury car that you own, will you drive it till it literally begins to fall apart? Well, it appears that Rolls Royce amazing production Phantom has gone through such a plight.


The owner of this luxurious Rolls Royce Phantom quite truly drove it into the ground. After 3 years of not making a single payment, he called the bank asking them to come and get his car. At that time, the beautiful Phantom had turned into a disaster and was no longer usable. The car is damaged to such an extent that there is no hope of saving anything. This repossessed car is perhaps the cheapest Rolls Royce Phantom that you will ever come across since it has now turned practically worthless.

When Super Speeders got to lay their hands on the 2005 Rolls Royce Phantom from New Jersey, it has 95,000 miles on it. The car had nothing in its looks to convey that it will okay. The chrome wheel were damaged, the dash and all the flashlights were destroyed, and the car has a conspicuously low riding height. Further, the interiors of this car were in a very poor condition too. In one word, the car was totally “ruined.” It appears that the car stills has Phantom’s umbrella in the rear door. However, after some examination, it became evident that this is not the original umbrella. It might have been a cheaper variety perhaps obtained from CVS. But this umbrella was also broken

The original, new 2005 Rolls Royce Phantom comes with a price tag of $328,000. The Super Speeder thought that this damaged repossessed Phantom may be worth around $40,000 which is a big fall from the original price but going by the condition of this car it still appears to be a high price.

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