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How to show that you are rich in China: Company pimps up car with 30,000 yak bones and 1,999 pieces of Gold

A luxury vehicle shaped into a "flying dragon" is causing a stir among aspiring Chinese car owners.

The vehicle, which was unveiled at an exhibition in Guangzhou, southern China, has been decorated with 30,000 pieces of yak bone and 1,999 sheets of solid gold.

It has taken 20 master sculptors over three years to hand decorate.

A BMW Z4 was used as the base of the ultra-premium dragon car before it was merchandised with the carved yak bones and gold sheeting. 

In total, 30,000 yak leg bones were used. They were individually carved and polished before being assembled together to form the shape of a dragon.

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Vehicle, adorned with 30,000 pieces of carved yak bone and 1,999 solid gold sheeting, took three years to decorate by master sculptors


999 small dragon patterns were etched onto various parts of the car, including on its bonnet, wing mirrors and even the exhaust pipe


Thousands of scales mounted onto the dragon were carved with lines from Diamond Sutra, one of the earliest known Buddhist scriptures


BMW Z4 convertible was used as the base. It measured 17 foot long, around 8 foot wide and over 4 foot tall. It


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How to show that you are rich in China: Company pimps up car with 30,000 yak bones and 1,999 pieces of GoldHow to show that you are rich in China: Company pimps up car with 30,000 yak bones and 1,999 pieces of Gold

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