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by american vip limo from south carolina | December 6, 2013
I spent over 5 month looking for 2004 rolls Royce phantom could not find any where else for the best and honest dealer like fahdi I end up flying from south Carolina to cali and saw the car and every thing fadi told me over the phone was real so we shook hands and got the deal done so if anyone need a high dollar car I would 100 per cent choose classic even his shipping guy he took little longer but the driver got his word . and any time I need it anything about the rolls I called fahdi he was help full