The Sultan of Brunei is known for having one of the most extensive and expensive car collections in the world. While most of us will never get the chance to view his entire collection, we can catch glimpses of it at places like the Marconi Museum in Tustin, Calif.
A few of the famous collector’s previous cars are on display at the museum, including a Ferrari FX and the Ferrari 456 Venice Cabriolet. Along with the Sultan’s cars are a collection of incredibly rare cars, such as the Jaguar XJ220 S TWR, Cizeta V16T and much more.
The Marconi Museum was opened in 1994 by founder Dick Marconi and is now home to more than $30 million worth of historical, exotic and classic cars. Admission for the museum is free, but a minimum $5 donation to the museum helps children’s charities in the community.
If you would like to take a virtual tour of the museum, click here, and be sure to watch the video uploaded by DtRockstar1 above.
(Sources: MarconiMuseum.org / YouTube)
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