1925 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Maharaja Car (Barrett-Jackson)
There are modern day companies selling hunting kits for aristocrats and their Range Rovers, but those kits don't have a Lantaka elephant cannon (seriously...) mounted to the rear bumper, nor a trailer-mounted, .450-caliber, hand-cranked machine gun. A double-barreled, high-caliber Howdah pistol probably isn't standard kit either, but it was on the Maharaja's Rolls-Royce. Then again, while turkeys, pheasant or deer are all fair game to today's hunter, it's generally frowned upon to shoot Bengal tigers and Indian elephants.
There's no estimate for the car listed on the Barrett-Jackson site, but last time the car was up for auction, in 2011, it had an estimate of $750,000-$1 million.
Joining it in Las Vegas are several other stunning classics, including a 1967 330 GTC Ferrari 2-Door Coupe, Evel Knievel's 1984 Aston Martin Lagonda Custom sedan, and all manner of muscle cars.The 6th Annual Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas Auction runs from September 26 through September 28 at the Mandalay Bay Event Center.