How much would you pay to own Britain's highly prized "F1" license plate? £100,000? £500,000? Try £6,000,000 but even that wasn't enough to temp Afzal Kahn - from A Kahn Design - who currently uses the plate on his Bugatti Veyron.
According to the Daily Mail, Kahn declined the offer despite having only paid £440,625 ($685,745 / €512,700) for the plate back in 2008. Had he sold the plate, he would have made a healthy profit of about £5.5 ($8.6 / €6.4) million.
When asked about the offer, a spokesperson said "We have received a significant multi-million pound offer for the F1 plate which we rejected out of hand." The representative added "Mr Kahn has no interest in selling F1, which is his favorite plate."