See the Motor Mansions of 2007
Check out a few of the most tricked-out motor mansions on the market today.
E-mail This Page to Your Friendsx
A link to %this page% was e-mailed
This rolling palace took a team of 200 around six months and more than 10,000 man hours to build, from the ground up. Its plush features include ample leather seating throughout, hand-carved wood details, a granite workspace that converts into a lighted makeup table with the push of a button, and a gourmet galley kitchen with a full-size, top-of-the-line dishwasher, cooktop, microwave convection oven and refrigerator/freezer.
The top floor of "The Heat" doubles the living space. The lengthy area is actually a private screening room that can seat up to 30 people. There are four 36-inch TVs, two on each side, and all the cabinets disappear when not in use. There is also a 42-inch TV in the back of the room and a 100-inch roll-down unit in the front. The large windows bring in great natural light but also can be concealed with state-of-the-art electronic blinds. The seating is all soft leather, and the ample aisles allow plenty of walk-through space or even enough for guests to lie down in them and watch the show!