A car made by Armenian oil tycoon Nubar Gulbenkian’s plan will be up for auction, The Daily Mail reports.
Gulbenkian had designed the 1947 Silver Wraith and applied to Rolls-Royce, but the latter had turned him down.
The 73-year-old car has unusual stripes, a curved body, and an amazing square windshield. Even the businessman himself had admitted that he was not sure about the product.
The car was recently restored, costing the owners £200,000. The car owner plans to put it up for auction on March 7 for £30,000.
As reported earlier, the 1966 Mercedes-Benz 600 limousine, which commissioned by Gulbenkian, was put up for auction at Sotheby's last September.