The road-legal car has a nightclub-standard sound system with a DJ booth, five amplifiers, and 16 speakers.
restored Rolls-Royce might be the world's most excessive.
Indeed, designer Stef van der Bijl, appeared to have that plan in mind when he purchased a 1977 Silver Shadow that had been wrecked, with the intent of restoring it. Over the next two years, he didn't just restore it; he turned it into one of the world's flashiest cars.
The restored Silver Shadow has a walnut-wood bar, 21 champagne coolers, and 100 champagne flutes. It's been renamed the Lady of Luxury.
The road-legal car still has the original 6.75-liter engine, and it also has a nightclub-standard sound system with a DJ booth, five amplifiers, and 16 speakers.
If all this sounds appealing to you, you can buy the Lady of Luxury for $332,724, and the gift with purchase is 21 bottles of Armand de Brignac champagne.