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30 supercar collection owned by 21-year-old

 30 supercar collection owned by 21-year-old
Dhiaa Al-Essa car collection, 550, 07.09.2010

Working hard and striving to earn more money is the daily struggle of most middle-class workers around the world.  But for 21-year-old student Dhiaa Al-Essa, he has no such worries.

Son of a mega wealthy Saudi businessman, Dhiaa is the youngest person to own a collection of 30 supercar and luxury vehicles worth £4.5million at the young age of just 21.  The collection includes five Ferraris, five Porsches, three Lamborghinis, two Rolls Royces and a McLaren Mercedes to name a few.  But the list doesn't stop there.  Next year the value of his collection will double when he takes delivery of a Koenigsegg Agera for his 22nd birthday and a Bugatti Veyron – £1.6million.

There was supposed to be another highly anticipated arrival to the collection in the form of a Ferrari 458 Italia, but it was one of the 458s that suffered in a warehouse fire at Heathrow Airport.  Including customizations such as a Dolce and Gabbana interior, the 458 Italia was priced at £300,000, however Dhiaa received an inadequate compensation offer of only £30,000 by Emirates airlines and warehouse owner Servisair.  Dhia is considering legal action.

Dhiaa stated, "I won’t be getting another Ferrari 458 Italia. I think it was an unlucky car as I had to take it back to the dealer because of heating problems."

Dhiaa is currently studying for an engineering degree in Riyadh, his home town, but while on summer break many wealthy young adults from the Middle East travel to the United States and Europe to escape the scorching desert heat, and according to Dhiaa, the 75 mph speed limits in Saudi Arabia as well.

Dhiaa's father, whose empire extends into numerous businesses from real estate to stock markets, is paying the tab for his son's adventures which this summer include visits to London, Montreal, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and New York.

Check out the source link below for full story and list of Dhiaa's cars.

Source: swns.com

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Comments (81)

 Royal Highness Royal Highness
lol, what's the catch .. If I was that rich I would have just 1 or 2 super cars & nice helli a hot cruise + some beautiful Gfs from each country haha :D
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September 11, 2013 7:35 am
 VivekBhardwaj VivekBhardwaj
i am a big fan of super cars like ferarri,lamborghini,rolls royce etc. but i am not able to buy it i would think so if i will become a rich man but in present i can only think about of it. i love worldcarfans.com thank you
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March 18, 2013 10:58 pm
 GHERNAS GHERNAS
It`s a very strange news from a yung ARAB BOY
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October 2, 2010 12:25 pm
 4rings 4rings
Amazing! Ignorant people and those with inferiority complex hate what they wish they could be. If any of you had a wealthy father who gave you the same things, none of you would find an issue with it! Someone else easily gets anything he wants, you hate him? You don't really hate him, you hate the fact that it isn't you! That's not the kid's fault. Worse are those of you who turned this site into a place to spew your ignorance and hatred
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September 16, 2010 2:56 pm
 NasX NasX
Im an Arab and i live in Dubai ... first i do respect that the father is a filthy rich dude and he gets to do whatever he wants with his money and NO ONE has got the right to tell him what to do and what not to do cuz HE earned it. but the issue is what is his son's dream? i mean what would be the motive for his son to study and work for?
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September 14, 2010 3:25 am
 Aesthetics Aesthetics
al those cars yet his collection looks dull.....colour choice awful awful awful
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September 12, 2010 9:46 pm
 Dolomight 74-86 Dolomight 74-86
I hate to admit it but damn I'm envious of this guy's money. I don't need like 30 supercars, hell I'd settle for 1000$ of gas money.
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September 10, 2010 12:58 am
 HussainAnmar HussainAnmar
One thing I don't understand, why would you get two (I can bet Identical) Range Rover Sport vehicles, with just the color difference? At least he would of chosen one Full Fat Range Rover (not the sport) as the second one.
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September 9, 2010 11:53 am
 Mikeado Mikeado
What's the point in showing us this WCF? It's no secret that this kind of thing goes on in Dubai and wherever else, with money-over-sense-types treating cars we'd sell limbs for like meaningless shiny trinkets and driving us all mad with jewel-plated luxury cars and such. This article is only going to bring out the worst in those that comment. It's as pointless as his life will be empty.
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September 8, 2010 6:10 pm
 justanotherfan justanotherfan
does anyone know if he needs a driver? or just someone to wash them would be fine...
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September 8, 2010 5:37 pm
 dungchunk dungchunk
This is why I'm glad US troops have taken out so many Arabs, may we have many more years of successful Crusades against these degenerates. Saudi should be next on the invasion list.
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September 8, 2010 4:28 pm
 bmw2002m bmw2002m
Ffs lads!! Ok so this guys dad is loaded and wants to spoil him rotten - then that is his f.ucken choice! I'm not going to slate the guy....maybe it's the dad that people should look at. I do think it is unhealthy for a man to spoil his son rotten with this type of excessiveness. I know a guy who's dad bought him a Lamborghini for his 21st - I decided to reserve judgement on him until I met him as I would never judge anyone without experience. Turns out the guy was a co.cky little tw@ who needed a dig in the face HARD! Having said that, I haven't met this guy so I amn't going to judge him. I would say it is more like they are the dads cars but the son can drive whichever one he wants. I am reading some of these comments and there really are some seriously bitter people out there. This kid could be a very nice guy...leave him alone.
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September 8, 2010 2:01 pm
 SchumiF1 SchumiF1
wow, congratulations to this lucky chap!!! I would love to have just one of them !!!
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September 8, 2010 1:29 pm
 BadMrSnake BadMrSnake
boring run of the mill rich guy cars! Nothing that really sticks out
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September 8, 2010 12:31 pm
 Iconic Iconic
why shouldn't his dad buy him all these cars. wouldn't you if you made billions of dollars selling black gold? we're the idiots for buying all their oil.
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September 8, 2010 5:26 am
 PeterPL PeterPL
I don't understand, why many of you are getting so excited (negatively at most). This guy doesn't even look for 21... I don't even think that he is able to go everywhere (e.g. university) without any security. What kind of life is it? Besides, 30 cars (two the same Range Rovers)? What for?! The triumph of form over substance...
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September 8, 2010 3:53 am
 otakki otakki
Definitely sense the choking level of jelousy posted by people here. Let's sidetrack here a little...how do you afford a Ferrari???...Well, stop having so many kids. Save the money that you would need to raise a kid well until adulthood. The amount will be more than enough to get yourself a Ferrari. Well, most people don't see it that way. They have kids, kids, and more kids since they figure they will just rely on tax money (aka other people's money) to raise their own kids. At least this wealthy kid is using his old man's own money. Oh and somone did mention justin bieber...it gives me headache just hearing his name.
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September 8, 2010 2:15 am
 benzboy benzboy
Monetarily Iam not a beyond weathy person, but I find so interesting funny of people who dont have money always have the need to tell the wealthy how they should or should not be spending it as if it were theirs to begin with. Just a thought, not a judgement .
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September 8, 2010 1:59 am
 benzboy benzboy
His father earned the money, he can spend it however he chooses on whom he chooses.I am thrilled that this kid had the opportunity to know these rarified vehicles, something that he will have with himself and to pass on, isnt that what its about.
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September 8, 2010 1:52 am
 A A
I wonder if his "Father" dabbles in Oil Futures???, no wonder gas is high!!...joke..
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September 8, 2010 1:30 am
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