Riyadh: The 43-year-old car of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, is in a museum in the Saudi city of Dammam.

According to the report of the foreign news agency, Saad Al-Balahi, a Saudi citizen, has set up a museum in Dammam under the name of Al-Qurayah Al-Shabiyyah, the highlight of which is the 43-year-old car of the Saudi monarch.

According to the report, other ancient and classical vehicles of Saudi Arabia are also kept in this museum. While Shah Salman’s car name is the Cadillac sedan which is a model of 1977, the roof of this four-seater car is white while the body color is red. Saad al-Balahi bought the car at an auction.

Shah Salman's Old Car

The citizen says that he has been collecting antiquities and archeology for more than 35 years. He bought the car several years ago at an auction and made it part of his museum.

Saad added that he also likes this car because it is related to the leader of the beloved homeland, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, Shah Salman bin Abdul Aziz. Shah Salman’s car is kept in a very suitable place in the museum.

Remember that most of the citizens who visit the museum-like to see Shah Salman’s car.

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