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July 28, 2011


A 1925 Rolls Royce car customised with mounted guns and searchlights to hunt for tigers is to be sold in the US next month by Bonhams auction house.


(Thanks to Janice Gelb)


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Cool, I can just see me cruising down I-20 between Dallas and Ft. Worth. Let one of them clowns in the pickups try to run me off the road. hahahahahahaahahahahahahhaahh

Too late, oldfatguy. Jerruh Jones already bought it for the Cowboys' Super Bowl parade. Yeah right.

Elin Nordegren

I so want that. Very cool car.

We have pickemup trucks that are WAY better armed than that.

Dave, I actually Saw one like this on I-95 two years ago.

Other cars were staying away, as if they thought the driver` MUST be insane to be driving it on I-95.

Better for I-95 at half the price.

Does it have a heater for deer season?

The Rolls is pretty, but that MARAUDER is pure sex appeal. 7 pounds of plastic explosive and all it has is a bent bumper and a "flat" run flat tire.

That car is so much classier than the four in the accident in Monaco!

Sorry, I woke up in the middle of the nigth and it just sunk in what Hogs said about the super bowl parade. sadly the only way the cowboys will be in a super bowl parade is if they get to walk behind the elephants with a broom and scoop. I keep hoping at some point they can find a quarterback.

The maharajah shot the tiger that his servants had already caught? Big fun! (Save the Tigers!)

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