I think it was posted in this post together with a picture from the same location by the same guy mikesalasmx (but the link "http://origincache-prn.fbcdn.net/1515739_1412554965681087_125680438_n.jpg" is broken now, and the post/picture doesn't show). Hard to say anything about the age of the picture..
I was wondering this exact same thought, it doesn't make any logical sense, and it's not like either car is selling for a huge profit where one could justify selling a car. Both have been for sale for quite some time.I'm curious of why the owner is selling his Agera R, aswell as why he sold his CCXR Special Edition, but is keeping his 2 most "basic" eggs, #053 and #066.
You're mixing up "The Special One" with the CCXR Special edition.I was wondering this exact same thought, it doesn't make any logical sense, and it's not like either car is selling for a huge profit where one could justify selling a car. Both have been for sale for quite some time.
I was watching a documentary on Saudi Arabia/Dubai/Qatar and in the documentary, they said it was actually looked down upon to sell ones vehicles because it signified you needing the money to purchase another car. The ultimate sign that you were wealthy was the fact that you could just keep your old vehicle, and buy a new one without using the money from the previous cars sale.
While that may or may not be true (I don't believe everything I hear in videos) whoever this individual is has quite a large personal wealth to be able to have any of these vehicles alone, yet alone all 3-4 at a time, I just can't fathom he wouldn't just expand his collection, and why he would sell the 2 cars off, especially seeing as the "Special One" was so customized for him specifically.