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Supercar Wedding in Jinan, China

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A sweet supercar wedding in the great city of Jinan in Shandong Province, celebrating with a convoy of 30 supercars and four stretched Hummer limousines. The supers include a Ferrari F430, a Ferrari 458, a Porsche Boxster, and a Lamborghini Gallardo. This particular wedding was even more special because the bride was Russian and the groom Chinese.

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The happy couple cuddled in a Rolls-Royce Phantom.

Marriages between Chinese men and foreign women are still very rare, contrary to marriages between foreign man and Chinese women, which are all too common.

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Stretched Hummers are still mighty popular in China. They arrive from the United States West Coast via the misty gray markets, and imports of second-hand examples continue until today. When Hummer was still alive the conversion to limousine was mostly done in the States, but nowadays it is all done in China.

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The supercar weddings often cause massive traffic jams, leading some to say the showing-off convoys should be outlawed. Just jealousy, we think. What on earth can be more pretty than a long line of expensive gas guzzling cars with happy drunk people inside..?

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White trousers, tsk tsk. Must be family of the little lady.

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The Lamboos are launched. One 560 with a purple racing stripe.

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The happy couple arrives at the restaurant for the ceremonies and more booze. White roses, task tsk. Well, congratulations then, and may your union last forever.

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