Johor Sultan receives yet another motor vehicle gift – this time, it’s a wooden Harley

Johor’s Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar was gifted with a wooden Harley-Davidson replica.
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It’s another cool gift for Johor’s motor vehicle enthusiast Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar.

This time though, his new motor vehicle’s cool factor lies not in its ability to speed but rather, the intricate workmanship that went into building it.

In fact, Sultan Ibrahim’s new Harley-Davidson superbike will not be able to move at all because it is a replica made entirely out of timber wood.

Photos posted on the royal leader’s Facebook page show a smiling Sultan Ibrahim posing with his new 500kg wooden bike, which was presented to him by Indian community leader S.Deva.

According to the Sultan’s post, the community leader had gifted him with the custom-made gift to thank him for his contributions to the state.

“It has been my dream to present His Majesty with a Harley-Davidson wooden replica as it is well-known that he has a personal collection and I have also been invited to join his Kembara Mahkota Johor (KMJ) entourage for the past five years,” Deva was quoted as saying.

In January, the Sultan, who is known for having a large collection of rare supercars and motorbikes, was given a working replica of the The Flintstones car by a fellow royal from Pahang state.

Just this week, his son, Johor Crown Prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, was also given a custom-made Aston Martin Vantage by players and coaches from the Johor Darul Ta’zim, which he owns.