THE owner of a car for sale online has spent £1,000 to make it look like a Rolls-Royce, but it fools no one.
Despite the shady scammer, the seller still wants £20,000 for the car on Facebook Marketplace.
What started out as a humble 2007 Chrysler 300 has spent a huge amount of money on it and is described in its ad as “very unique”.
On the outside there are now massive gold and purple wheels and a matching gold Rolls-Royce style grille.
The front end of the car is clearly trying to mimic a Rolls-Royce Phantom, which costs around £300,000 before options.
On the back you’ll still find the car’s old Chrysler badging, but most of the work was done on the car’s roof.
The Chrysler’s roof was removed and replaced with glass to create a panoramic view.
Surrounding the glass is purple suede fabric with shiny gold studs that match the wheels and grille.
The interior has not been forgotten and is hardly recognizable by the standard in a Chrysler 300.
Each finish is either white, purple, or gold, and the seats are upholstered in leather and suede throughout.
The word “Royalty” is embroidered on the dashboard and the floor mats are also embroidered with crowns.
It also looks like the sound system has been upgraded with huge speaker grilles on each door.
The car has clocked up a leggy 110,000 miles and is for sale in Altanta, Georgia for $25,000.