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Rolls-Royce covered with 4million crystals steals the show as Muslims gather for Eid celebrations marking end of Ramadan

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 07/06/2019 Alisha Buaya For Mailonline

BRISTOL, ENGLAND - JUNE 15: The Rolls-Royce logo displayed on their plant in Filton is pictured on June 15, 2018 in Bristol, England. Rolls-Royce announced plans this week to axe thousands of jobs as part of a company restructure. It is thought that office staff and middle management in the company's plant in Derby will be where most of the roles will go, however it is not yet known known how many Bristol jobs will be affected. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images) © Getty BRISTOL, ENGLAND - JUNE 15: The Rolls-Royce logo displayed on their plant in Filton is pictured on June 15, 2018 in Bristol, England. Rolls-Royce announced plans this week to axe thousands of jobs as part of a company restructure. It is thought that office staff and middle management in the company's plant in Derby will be where most of the roles will go, however it is not yet known known how many Bristol jobs will be affected. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images) A crystal-encrusted Rolls-Royce has turned heads as it rolled through Manchester as part of Eid al-Fitr celebrations.

Crowds lined the streets to see the luxury car accessorised with shimmering make its way down Rusholme's main drag on Tuesday and Wednesday night to mark the end of Ramadan.    

It is not uncommon to see high-end cars being driven along the strip during the festivities - but it's clear all eyes were on these four wheels. 

a car parked on a city street: A crystal-encrusted Rolls-Royce Ghost (pictured), valued at £237,600,  has turned heads as it rolled through Rusholme, in Manchester as part of Eid al-Fitr celebrations © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited A crystal-encrusted Rolls-Royce Ghost (pictured), valued at £237,600,  has turned heads as it rolled through Rusholme, in Manchester as part of Eid al-Fitr celebrations Even the police at the event stopped to take photos of the car as it made its way through town.

Meanwhile the driver appeared chuffed to be driving the first, and only, Rolls-Royce completed coated in crystals as people looked on. 

Every inch of the car's exterior, a Rolls-Royce Ghost valued at £237,600, is covered in more than four million crystals.

Even the police at the event stopped to take photos of the car as it made its way through town © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Even the police at the event stopped to take photos of the car as it made its way through town Even the iconic Spirit Of Ecstasy statuette on the hood of the car which is adorned with over 2,000 Swarovski crystals.

The dazzling Rolls Royce is also available to rent from £350, via event rental website Poptop, for those looking to add a little glitz and glamour for a night out on the town.

a person sitting in a car: The driver (pictured) appeared to be chuffed driving the first and only Rolls-Royce completed coated in crystals © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The driver (pictured) appeared to be chuffed driving the first and only Rolls-Royce completed coated in crystals The car comes with a fully uniformed chauffeur, VIP barriers and red carpet to complete regal experience.

The description reads: 'Whether it be under the rays of the shining sun or the moonlit sky at night, this car will shimmer and shine like nothing you've ever seen before!'   

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