What was your first car? How old were you when finally after a lot of effort and work you were able to buy it? Surely you cannot say that it was one of the most expensive ships that this youtuber only fifteen years old he was able to get thanks to his videos.
Donald Dougher is a 15-year-old boy who lives in the United States and manages a YouTube channel that is currently around 600,000 subscribers. It does not have a certain theme, but its content varies between various themes, such as clothes, jokes, and also the cars that it buys.
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The most amazing thing about the teenager’s fantastic car collection is that it still you are not of legal driving age, so for the next couple of years those engines will have to wait to hit the streets driven by their owner. These are just a few of the cars Dougher owns.
Bugatti Chiron 110 Ans
By itself, the Bugatti Chiron is an extremely rare car. The model owned by the American boy has the peculiarity of being a special edition of this model, in commemoration of the 110 years of the Bugatti brand. Precisely, only 110 vehicles were manufactured.
The Chiron 110 Ans costs around 3.3 million pounds and can exceed 400 kilometers per hour top speed.
Although this ship of the Italian brand is a hybrid, under no circumstances is the intention to save fuel or reduce the environmental impact of the vehicle. It clearly uses its electric motor to go even faster. It is valued at 1 million pounds.
Pagani Huayra Roadster
Pagani is also an Italian brand but it is even more exclusive than Ferrari. The Pagani Huayra is already an extremely scarce and rare car, and the Roadster convertible version is even more so. The purple paint and gold wheels make it almost one of a kind.
It is worth £2.3 million and its V12 engine can reach 340 kilometers per hour.
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These are just some of the many vehicles that the Dougher boy has, and his collection will probably continue to grow over time.
Without a doubt, social networks have proven to be capable of open doors never seen before to people who in another context could not get what they have.