By on July 19, 2012

A 1962 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II, adorned with over a million Swarovski crystals is on display at the Four Seasons Hotel in Munich, Germany.

According to London’s Daily Mail, “from boot to bonnet, the classic automobile shimmers with all the colours of the rainbow thanks to the unique way the crystals refract the light.”

The blingcarnate Roller will be auctioned off, with the proceeds going to the ‘Help in Motion’ charity foundation. It helps drug addicts. After they did that car.

 

 

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5 Comments on “BlingCarNate...”


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    Once again proving my theory that “Swarovski crystals” means “This is going to be hideously tacky.”

    • 0 avatar
      MrWhopee

      Haha, funny that it’s auctioned off to help drug addicts, because it’s a car perfect for a drug lord, which probably the kind of person who would buy it anyway.

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    It almost looks like pearl white in the long shots, I’m sure the photos don’t show the true color and shine from the crystals though. Speaking of pearl white, I wonder why I haven’t seen a car in mother-of-pearl yet? Now that would be hideously tacky.

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    daveainchina

    Ugh.. it will probably sell to some idiot here in China. I see so many vehicles with these crystals glued all over them. They even had a mini Clubman with these crystals all over it.

    It’s just tacky, I’m not sure it will ever look good. The fact that they did this to that beatiful car.. ugh even worse. Hopefully someone will strip it off and give it a color it deserves.

  • avatar
    Geekcarlover

    When I first saw it I thought they were selling off the contents of the Liberace museum. But I think his had larger crystals, to better catch the light. Probably the only person who could pull it off.


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