- A man from Northern China purchased brand new luxurious car owner out of saving loose coins
- A man from northeast China also buys a new car worth 680,000 yuan with more than 1,300 bundles of coins weighing four tons
- A Chinese man paid 200 bags of coins or an equivalent of 20,000 British pounds for two brand new cars – a gift for himself and for his wife
An unidentified man from Northern China has added to the list of brand new luxurious car owner out of saving loose coins.
In a report from Inquirer, the man purchased a Toyota Land Cruiser Prado at a price of 400,000 yuan or an equivalent to P2,894,491 at a car dealership in Zhengzhou, Henan province not with bigger currency notes but with sacks of coins ranging from 1 yuan to one jiao, or a tenth of a yuan.
According to the proud new car owner, he had to blow a tire several times on his way to the dealership due to the heavy weight of the piles of coins which came from customers of his flour shop.
The man narrated that several car dealers refused to accept his loose change as payment when he was having dealership hopping to buy a car, and even banks did not give in to his demand to change the coins to higher bills.
And finally, the dealership in Zhengzhou accepted the man’s payment for the four-wheel car but it took twelve hours for the four staff to count the coins.
The Toyota Prado Land Cruiser was the man’s second vehicle purchased with small change as he had already bought car worth 480,000 yuan (P3,473,389).
In 2105, a man from northeast China also came up to buy a new car worth 680,000 yuan with more than 1,300 bundles of coins weighing four tons. It took 10 staff to unload the coins from back of the truck, a report from True Viral News said.
Similarly, a car dealership in the Jiangsu Province in China also reported a Chinese man who paid 200 bags of coins or an equivalent of 20,000 British pounds for two brand new cars – a gift for himself and for his wife.