- Hamad's love for cars has seen him collect and amass 3000 of them with unusual features and specialities
- Some cars in the Abu Dhabi man's collection include whips with 3 bedrooms and a living room and another that can float on water
- After 50 years of gathering and modifying, the Arab man houses all the rides in what he called a pyramid-shaped car museum
Some have an undying love for fashion items, sporting activities or even cuisines but for an Arab man, it is unique cars.
The man named Hamad has 3000 cars in his impressive whip collection and that is not just all there is to it.
In a YouTube video by Nas Daily, the Abu Dhabi man said it took him over 50 years to gather the cars which mostly are of limited edition or no longer in the market. All are kept in a pyramid-shaped museum.
Some of the fascinating cars in his collection include the biggest Dodge car, a car with 3 bedrooms and a living room, a trailer shaped like the earth, the smallest rainbow car, one that floats on the water amongst others.
He also built a 6 by 6 Nissan jack-up car, the only one of its kind in the world.
Car lover who doesn't fancy luxurious rides
Interestingly, there isn't a Ferrari or Lamborghini on his impressive feet. This is as the former military man doesn't fancy luxury cars.
According to Hamad, he buys, builds and modifies the cars, all of which are in good condition.
Jay-Z and Beyoncé buy the most expensive car in the world
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that Beyoncé and Jay-Z had bought the most expensive car in the world, the Boat Tail Rolls Royce.
Boat Tail, termed the pinnacle of luxury and customisation by Rolls-Royce, was just unveiled. The ultra-luxurious vehicle was handcrafted by the company's Coachbuilding section, which specialises in hand-building cars and setting a new standard for personalisation.
The division took four years to build the Boat Tail according to the demands of the customer, who paid $28 million for the first unit. This makes it the most costly car on the planet, according to a report by TimesNowNews.
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