Cars

This Is No Ordinary Mercedes-Benz Van.

This black van is fairly unremarkable from the outside but you will be surprised at what it is hiding inside…

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This Is No Ordinary Mercedes-Benz Van

Lexani Motorcars is a luxury car customising company based in Corona, California.

The company is responsible for this one-of-a-kind “Reale”, which is an armoured Mercedes-Benz B6 Sprinter that looks like a sophisticated hotel suite inside.

The vehicle has handcrafted leather seats, a kitchen and a toilet amongst other things and boasts comfort, opulence and security as its main features.

For a jaw dropping $450,000-$500,000 you can own the high-end armored Mercedes-Benz B6 Sprinter too.

 

This Is No Ordinary Mercedes-Benz Van

 This Is No Ordinary Mercedes-Benz Van
 This Is No Ordinary Mercedes-Benz Van
 This Is No Ordinary Mercedes-Benz Van
 This Is No Ordinary Mercedes-Benz Van
 This Is No Ordinary Mercedes-Benz Van
 This Is No Ordinary Mercedes-Benz Van
This Is No Ordinary Mercedes-Benz Van

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And that’s, how it was before:

This Is No Ordinary Mercedes-Benz Van

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What Can Happen To Your Bentley at a Car Wash?

Jessica Sawyer left her $122,000 Bentley at a car wash in Manchester while she went and did other chores. 15 minutes later, she received a phone call from car wash.

What Can Happen to Your Bentley at a Car Wash

 What Can Happen to Your Bentley at a Car Wash

Apparently a car wash employee had mistaken the accelerator for the brake and when Jessica returned, this is what she found…

What Can Happen to Your Bentley at a Car Wash
 What Can Happen to Your Bentley at a Car Wash
 What Can Happen to Your Bentley at a Car Wash

Sensuous Steel.

1938 Tatra T97. Collection of Lane Motor Museum. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1938 Tatra T97. Collection of Lane Motor Museum. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1934 Model 40 Special Speedster. Owned and restored by Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, Grosse Pointe Shores, Michigan. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1934 Model 40 Special Speedster. Owned and restored by Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, Grosse Pointe Shores, Michigan. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1934 Model 40 Special Speedster. Owned and restored by Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, Grosse Pointe Shores, Michigan. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1934 Packard Twelve Model 1106 Sport Coupe by LeBaron. Collection of Robert and Sandra Bahre. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1936 Delahaye 135M Figoni & Falaschi Competition Coupe. Collection of Jim Patterson/The Patterson Collection. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1933 Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrow Sedan. Collection of Academy of Art University Automobile Museum, San Francisco. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1937 Delahaye 135MS Roadster. Courtesy of The Revs Institute for Automotive Research @ the Collier Collection. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1936 Cord 810 “Armchair” Beverly Sedan. Collection of Richard and Debbie Fass. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1937 Hispano-Suiza Xenia Coupe. Collection of Merle and Peter Mullin. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1939 Delage D8-120S Saoutchik Cabriolet. Collection of John W. Rich, Jr. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt. Collection of Chrysler Group, LLC. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1938 Talbot-Lago T 150C -SS Coupe. Courtesy Bill Marriott. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1934 Voisin Type C27 Aérosport Coupe. Collection of Merle and Peter Mullin. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1940 Indian Chief. Collection of Gary Sanford. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1935 Chrysler Imperial Model C-2 Airflow Coupe. Collection of John and Lynn Heimerl, Suffolk, VA. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1930 Jordan Model Z Speedway Ace Roadster. Collection of Edmund J. Stecker Family Trust. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1930 KJ Henderson Streamline. Collection of Frank Westfall. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)

1929 Cord L-29 Cabriolet. Collection of Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum. (Photo by Peter Harholdt)