The World's Oldest Rolls-Royce
The world's oldest Rolls Royce, built in 1904 and only the 4th Rolls ever made, is up for sale and looking for it's 4th owner. Car 20154 still runs, and after a little tickle here and crank there "the purchaser could get in a drive it away."
The car was originally owned by Kenneth Gillies of Tain in Scotland, then after awhile it passed to Percy Binns of Harrogate (as a 21st birthday present). Binns held onto it for 30 years until Oliver Langton took it off his hands in 1950 and restored it to it's original glory.
So now the car is looking for owner #4, with bids coming in around 2 million pounds.