Real estate mogul Manny Khosbin owns an impressive collection of luxury cars. He has a passion for certain brands and among other things owns five Mercedes SLR McLaren – two roadsters and three coupés, which he took with him at the same time.
Manny Khosbin has a life like in films. He came to America in 1985 at the age of 14, spoke no English, had no friends and knew almost nothing about America, as he describes himself on his own website, mannykhosbin.com.
7 years later he obtained a real estate license and started working as a loan officer for a mortgage lender. After 6 months he founded his own real estate company and invested in ailing and bank-owned real estate.
Today the Khosbin Company is a private real estate company with holdings across the country.
Manny lives in Newport Coast, California with his wife and two children and has a net worth of $ 250 million.
He is a big fan of luxury cars and has an affinity for various luxury brands such as Mercedes, Rolls-Royce, Bugatti and Porsche, but also owns several McLaren (P1, Senna) and Lamborghini models.
Here are all of the cars Manny Khosbin owned and some of them still have, including the five Mercedes SLR McLaren.
Two days ago Manny took out all of the Mercedes SLR McLaren he owns at a driving session – two roadsters and three coupes.
2,157 units of all versions were produced and Khosbin owns five of them.
Although Manny drives a Rolls-Royce Drophead Coupe every day, he’s a huge fan of the Mercedes SLR McLaren and of the five, his favorite is the white Mercedes SLR McLaren Roadster, which he also thinks has an ideal interior with red leather seats and carbon fiber trim.
As a child, Manny liked the devices in the reflex camera and most of all the engine start button, which is hidden under a flap on the transmission.
“These cars are 15 years old, but they’re still exhilarating,” says Manny as he drives the California roads.
Manny also appreciates the power of the 628 hp supercharged V8 engine with mechanical supercharger and the perfect condition of these cars. The only thing that reveals its age is the hydraulic system of the wing doors, which no longer works as it did on the first day.