The new Rolls-Royce Cullinan has officially been presented in Serbia for the first time, during the 54th International Motor Show.
Most controversial tycoon's car collection
For many caring car lovers, it will never be clear why rich and famous buying expensive cars are, and then constantly keep them in the garage...
In all likelihood, the greater the number of cars one possess, and especially those expensive beauties, collector's editions, the better the reputation that person enjoys. Cars have become a kind of status symbol, which is visible in the garages of rich and famous personalities.
On the other hand, there are those millionaires and billionaires who see cars as toys and buy them in bulk, with the desire to own every special model that has been produced, while at the same time nobody else has a "duplicate". Car collections of many famous personalities are simply unbelievable and valued more than the average state budget.
Another man who can rightly be a part of the list of crazy car collectors is the controversial tycoon, Travers Candyman Beynon, who just gave his fans an insight into his garage, full of expensive and exotic sports cars.
Also, he shared a photograph taken in Candyshop villa with his fans on the social network Instagram, where he was posing with a car, and of course in the company of pretty women. Many question his behavior toward women, because they are, believe it or not, often seen walking on leashes on his estate!
On the other hand, we will not try to decode and analyze this part of the story, because we do not even know what this is all about. In any case, browse our gallery and see his awesome collection of cars including the gilded Lamborghini Aventador, red Ferrari, two Rolls Royce models, Bentley, Mercedes G-Wagon and unavoidable Porsche.
The combined price of its fleet of cars reaches a few million dollars. Otherwise, Beynon is the director and successor to the FreeChoice tobacco empire, and before that, he was a male model and a footballer.
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