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Manny Khoshbin reveals crazy cost to service one of a kind Pagani Huayra

Published: 21/Feb/2020 12:40

by Connor Bennett


Popular YouTuber Manny Khoshbin has revealed the crazy cost of having his Pagani Huayra taken for its annual service even though he’s got less than 200 miles on the clock. 

Khoshbin, a real estate investor by-day, has managed to take his success in his day job and used it to splash out on some pretty incredible cars that he displays on his YouTube channel.

He recently revealed the cost behind owning his fleet of super and hypercars that includes five different Mercedes SLR’, three unique Bugatti’s, a Porsche 935, a Mclaren 650s, Ferrari GT, Mclaren Senna, Mclaren P1, Pagani Huayra, and even a Tesla Model X. A few of these, including the Pagani, are a one of a kind thanks to his customizations, but they do come at an insane cost to own.

YouTube: Manny Khoshbin
Manny keeps all of his cars stored in a one of a kind garage that is purpose-built for them.

The YouTuber recently revealed that getting them all serviced costs around $115,000 per year – and that is without taking into account that he might need new parts or even tires. 

Out of that total, Manny’s one of a kind Pagani, which he doesn’t drive all that much, requires an annual servicing that costs around $8,000. That’s not just a cool eight grand for an oil change though, as the servicer noted that are a few different little things in there too. 

While that might be the standard rate, the YouTuber pointed out that he also has issues with the on-board screen that required fixing too – so that could very well run up his total cost. Though, he didn’t reveal if it did in the end. 

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Servicing costs, of course, vary dependant on the car and for someone with a collection like Manny, $8,000 is right in the middle of the pack. 

During his recent cost breakdown, he explained that one of his biggest costs came in the form of his Buggati’s – which can cost upwards of $20,000 – but his Ferrari GT isn’t all too bad at around $1,500.


James May reveals his new project, and it has nothing to do with cars

Published: 26/Oct/2020 19:12

by Bill Cooney


Top Gear and Grand Tour star James May has revealed his brand new project, and it has practically nothing to do with cars. Instead, the celebrity has invested in a quaint, roadside country British pub.

James May is known worldwide for his automotive misadventures with colleagues Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond over the years.

The trio have driven on every continent in the world over the course of their shows, but May’s latest project will bring him much closer to home.

On September 19, he teased fans with a photo taken in front of a nondescript white building, telling them he had just bought a pub (well, half of one anyway).

Despite calling it “The Roy” on his social media, the establishment’s actual name is “The Royal Oak” and it’s located in a small village called Swallowcliffe, Wiltshire, two miles southeast of Tisbury and 11 miles west of Salisbury in the south of England.

The pub is right off the main road through the village and looks like a great cozy spot to relax, grab a pint and some nice, hearty, English country food.

Since he made the news public, business at the Royal Oak seems to be booming (based on May’s social media at least). Considering all that’s going on in the world with curfews, it’s probably great for publicity to have one of the most well-known names in the automotive world as a co-owner.

For those of us who can’t make the trip over to the UK to check out May’s latest venture for ourselves at the moment, at least we can watch this video walkthrough with him from DRIVETUBE.

The star revealed the Royal Oak had been closed for a year before he took over and had never made a profit before – the old owners got fed up especially with what’s going on in the world today, so May stepped in.

“Yes, there has never been a worse time to buy half a pub, but let’s look on the bright side,” he insisted. “At least nobody else wanted it.”

The Royal Oak is now officially open, so if you ever happen to find yourself passing through lovely little Swallowcliffe you might consider stopping by. If you’re not into the food or drink, you can still try and catch a glimpse of the Grand Tour star.