Story: Rey Fries
When L.A.’s Jayceon Terrell Taylor said, “And I keep it hood like this Phantom is a Nissan,” he may not have realized just how hood they keep it in Al Nahda, Dubai. Selling for 58,000 United Arab Emirates dirham (roughly $15,800 U.S. dollars) on dubizzle.com, you don’t necessarily have to be hood rich to afford this identity crisis. The creators of this truly unique whip started with a 1993 Nissan Patrol, and replaced the front end with the face of a Rolls-Royce Phantom. To add to the confusion, the backside was customized to replicate a Range Rover Sport.
Despite its questionable outer appearance, at least this car is beautiful on the inside. The clean interior consists of wood grain grip on the steering wheel with matching colored leather seats. The seller summed it up best in his description of the car, “for strange cars lovers.” [via dubizzle.com]