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    Kazakhstan Mechanic Turns Old Mercedes Into Rolls-Royce Phantom

    Indian Drives

    by Indian Drives

    Dreaming of Rolls-Royce doesn't always mean one has to buy a one. Meet this young man from Karaganda region of Kazakhstan, who fulfilled his dream of Rolls-Royce Phantom "making a one by himself". Don't worry, he doesn't work at the Rolls-Royce's manufacturing facility, instead, he took the Mercedes-Benz -- and turned it into his car of dreams.
    Ruslan Mukanov -- that's the name of the young craftsman's name, and the car he had deployed car underneath is apparently an old 190E Mercedes.
    Approximately, it cost the young designer $3000.
    Whereas, in the place of Spirit of Ecstasy, Ruslan had planted a Soviet-era eagle sculpture, and the chrome wheels looks to be a bit disappointing to this whole feast. But that's all; the Kazakhstan made Rolls-Royce Phantom is so original and authentic that it made this guy a hero in his locality. People rent his Rolls for the wedding ceremony, and he too got a chance to appear on some billboard commercials for vodka...
    Hats off to Ruslan Mukanov!
    One can punch down their thoughts in the box below if they too wish to have a one like this...