- A man’s mind-boggling car refurbishment to something expensive has sent social media into a frenzy
- What was originally a LincoIn Navigator car was converted to one of the costliest cars in the world, Rolls Royce
- A video showing the new look of the man’s car has gone viral and didn’t quite impress some car enthusiasts
A video of a Lincoln Navigator car that was refurbished into a Rolls Royce whip has gone viral on social media.
Social media influencer Tunde Ednut who shared a clip of the converted car on Instagram wondered what it would be called.
He refurbished his car to a Rolls Royce.
Photo Credit: @mufasatundeednut
The white whip’s bonnet looked like it was originally a Rolls Royce, indicating that the refurbisher did a good job.
The rear also bears no resemblance to a Lincoln Navigator, at least to someone not well-versed with exotic cars.
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Overall, the new whip looked lovely.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited is a British luxury automobile maker. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited operates from purpose-built administrative and production facilities
Watch the video below:
Social media reactions
“Why not forget about it kpatakpata if is not original.”
“It’s still a Lincoln Navigator. Nothing wey u wan call am.”
“And someone will paid for Rolls Royce carry Lincoln.”
“Still Rolls Royce that’s his Rolls Royce fake or not fake na still money him use run am to his taste.”
“Just like people covering iPhone XR with iPhone 12 camera all na packaging.”
“Naso some people dey cover iPhone XR with iPhone 12 camera.”
“God have mercy.
“Half Bread is better than……”
“We join him to call it whatever he calls it.”
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“Well. Real definition of “fake it till you make it. Only you fit make yourself happy.”
Nigerian man who turned his Venza into a Rolls Royce Sweptail says God showed it to him
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man who converted his Venza to a Rolls Royce Sweptail revealed how God showed it to him in dreams.
The Lagos-based businessman took pride in the fact that he did everything himself without being aided. He said:
“Everything (the refurbished car) you see there is handmade. it is like I removed the body of Venza and put the body of Rolls Royce Phantom Sweptail. I made it myself. The only thing used from the Toyota Venza is its engine. I did everything by myself.”
While stating that it took him a year and 6 months to complete it, Nonso claimed that knowledge on refurbishment came to him in dreams – he said God showed it to him.