Millionaires Park Supercars In Their Living Rooms

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There’s an oft-told story about Peter Collinson, director of 1969’s The Italian Job.

Driving home from dinner one night in his cherished Roll-Royce, Peter turned to his wife in the passenger seat and commented on how lucky she was to be driven in such style right to her living room. She countered, with a smile, by saying that actually she was only being driven to the front door, and that she herself had to complete the last few feet on her own. “We can soon change that”, came Peter’s reply as they approached their London town house, whereupon he mounted the pavement, drove the Rolls-Royce over the lawn and through the French windows into the living room.

Mrs Collinson may wonder if this arrangement at Hamilton Parks in Singapore might have saved the living room carpet.

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