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Spotted in China: Mansory Bentley Continental Flying Spur

Published on July 2, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter

Mansory Bentley Continental Flying Spur

Here we have a very interesting car spotted on the streets in Hong Kong by reader CZ-Ho, thank you for the pic! This is a Mansory Bentley Continental Flying Spur, which is an incridible machine by itself but even more interesting is the black-orange paint job. According to articles posted on Autoblog.nl and on E46fanatics.com this Mansory Bentley belongs to none other than Sheikh Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, ruler of the emirate Ajman. This very rich gentleman has all his super cars painted in black-orange, some of which pop up regularly in London and now we got us one in Hong Kong as well.

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    [...] HONG KONG — Walk into any Hong Kong parking garage, and you will be confronted with rows of luxury cars. Mercedes vehicles are but commonplace. Rolls-Royces? There are more of them here per capita than anywhere in the world. Bentleys barely stand out without an outlandish orange paint job. [...]

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