During work hours on one of the busiest streets of Baku, Azerbaijan’s capital, parking attendant Rafael Veyisov wipes off the dust on cars with his fingers, slowly contouring the shapes of tall buildings and flying birds. In his artwork, he generally illustrates real towns to educate people about other countries, but sometimes he also lets his imagination run wild and produces impressive original works. Surprised by his talent, the car owners who regularly leave their vehicles in Rafael’s care, often leave them dirty just to give him an excuse to play around, and take photos of his beautiful artworks.
This black van is fairly unremarkable from the outside but you will be surprised at what it is hiding inside…
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.
And that’s, how it was before:
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.
Apparently a car wash employee had mistaken the accelerator for the brake and when Jessica returned, this is what she found…
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