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Super-toys of the Richest

The world’s wealthiest guys can afford anything. Football teams, islands, homes, and yachts are just a handful of the things that rich people are interested in. Let’s take a look at some of their favorite toys.

Iguana Yacht

The Iguana Yacht transports you from sea to shore. The boat’s rubber and Kevlar treads fold into the hull, allowing it to sail at 40 knots in the sea before walking on land. And yes, the boat got legs. Custom leather seats, 24-karat gold-plated trim, and exotic wood are all options for the boat.

Vintage rail car

Forget about flying a private aircraft to save time. One billionaire loves to travel slowly. The historic rail vehicle owned by John Paul DeJoria was built in 1927. The “Patron Tequilla Express” boasts $500,000 in stained glass from the 16th century, another $500,000 in wood carvings, and even a private chef’s kitchen. Taking this gem for a spin on the track isn’t cheap. A journey from New York to Los Angeles can cost around $100,000.

Expensive Art

Ronald Lauder is the heir to the Estee Lauder cosmetics brand. His art collection is worth $650 million. He paid $38.1 million for a Kirchner and $135 million for a Klimt portrait, making it the third most expensive painting ever sold.

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