“Rare one of a Kind Rolls Royce Truck. Over $150,000.00 invested in this exclusive 2007 Limo Truck”. Carscoop convicts the current owner of the transvestite Rolls Royce truck to 150.000 hours of serving elderly obese women with excessive sweating problems… Jeez, $150.000 spent and they didn’t even bother removing the Ford logo in the rear end –they just painted it! We’re really, really curious to see if anyone actually bids on the SUV’s $75.000 starting price on ebay. -Click “Read More…” for more images along with details of the car’s extras
Rolls Royce SUV Details
“Rare One of a Kind Rolls Royce Truck. Over $150,000.00 Invested in this exclusive 2007 Limo Truck. Phantom Front Body with Rolls Royce Original Emblem ($2000). Rolls Royce Phantom Seats Fine Hand Stiched Leather Wrap Around Back customized to fit perfect in the Limo Truck.
Headliner with black Suede Interior. Motorized Partition is a 32″ LCD Television Built in which can be controlled from both rear and driver seats. Private telephone from the rear to the driver. Twin LCD 16″ Widescreen TV’s in rear control for DVD, Satelite Television,PS2, PC Computer, Front & Rear Camera. Pentium 4 Processor Computer System with Wireless Keyboard and Mouse. Trackvision Satelite with DirecTV Service. Playstation 2 Built In, Front DVD Touchscreen Flip Up System for the Front Passengers, Separate Radio connections, HID Headlights, Side Steps, Custom Black Wheels, Tinted Windows. 2002 Ford Excursion XLT Premium 6.8L V10 320 H.P. Original Owner Purchased it New, only Original 5K Miles, 20 Inch Wheels with 325/50R20 tires. Custom rear end, with Subwoofer system built in, Back up camera built into the back, Front Camera Hidden in the Front.
Custom Phantom Front Body, Grille, Hood, Fenders, Emblems all around. Totally Unique Show car, One of the Largest SUV’s in America. Rear A/C Controls, remote controls, Exhaust System. All custom made to Fit this unique Truck, Alot of Hours went into to create this handbuilt truck, Driven only to Car shows and exclusive events. Finest Quality use to put this Rolls Royce Truck together.”