The Former King Of Jordan Had Absolutely Ridiculous Good Taste In Cars

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We're talking royalty, after all.

King Hussein II ruled the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan from 1952 until his death in 1999. He also loved cars and motorsports. So what’s a king to do? Buy lots of cool cars and motorcycles. And that’s exactly what he did. Today, that collection can be seen at the Royal Automobile Museum in Amman, Jordan. To make sure it remains up to date, Hussein II’s son and the current king, Abdullah II, continues to replenish the museum with more modern cars. He inherited his father’s car passion.

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