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Saudi 21-Year-Old Adds Ferrari 599 GTO To Collection Of 32 Supercars

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Dhiaa Al-Essa and his two latest Ferraris including a new 599 GTO

Dhiaa Al-Essa and his two latest Ferraris including a new 599 GTO

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File this under the “life’s just not fair” category. A 21-year-old student in Saudi Arabia has just taken delivery of two new supercars, one of which is the fastest ever road-going Ferrari, the new 599 GTO. Dhiaa Al-Essa’s collection of supercars now stands at 33, with the new 599 GTO and an F430 Scuderia Spider 16M--the last one ever made--being his latest additions.

His collection also includes no less than three Lamborghinis, two Rolls-Royces, and several Porsche, BMW and Mercedes-Benz models. And, with Al-Essa’s 22nd birthday fast approaching, the collection is set to grow even greater with the world’s fastest production car, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, as well as the Koenigsegg Agera, Ferrari SA Aperta and a Ferrari 458 Italia already on their way to his Saudi home.

Al-Essa’s taste for expensive toys first came to light earlier this year when a yellow 458 Italia he ordered burnt to the ground in a warehouse fire while it was in transit.

If you asked him which car was his favorite, previously he would have answered the Mercedes-McLaren SLR but now he’ll tell you without hesitation that it is the Ferrari 599 GTO.

“I’ve been so excited about the Ferrari 599 GTO--I have had to wait six months for it to arrive,” he is quoted as saying. “It’s a limited edition car with more technology than pretty much any other car in the world--and it’s the fastest ever Ferrari.”

Yes, life just isn’t fair. Follow the jump below to see more of Al-Essa’s multi-million dollar collection.

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  1. Let me guess, his family made its money off of oil that they sold the rest of us
     
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  2. If ever there was an argument in favor of American energy independence, regardless of how it is achieved in part or total, this shameless display of wasted wealth is it.
     
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  3. I am switching to electric cars and all lubricants will be bio based. I will not contribute any more to the delinquency of foreign children. LOL
     
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  4. Don't feel bad folks he will have this car wrapped around a date tree in no time
     
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  5. How does he know which is his favorite? He wouldn't have time to drive them all.
     
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  6. And we would care why? Who gives a crap about some saudi punk kid?
     
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  7. Here I am across the world making a educational guess about where in the world did this persn get the money from. Oh, I forgot, us. WOW. Oh super WOW, from who? DAM. the the united states and from probably from his close friends, from the oil company's who put alcohol in gasoline to mke make it burn faster. So we have to go the the gas station more. WOW. And unemployment in the united states is at 10.%. WOW
     
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  8. Yeah, but I bet he ain't got a Jeep in there. What good is a collection of cars without one?
     
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  9. Bid Deal. We got about 35 rusty caravans in my yard.
     
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  10. Obviously he has no talent/Brain whatsoever, There are millions of Muslims who don't have food to eat. Mark Zuckenberg can afford to buy millions of cars but he still donated 100Million to schools and drives an acura
     
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