'Raccoon Rolls' is now dung-free

  • The "Raccoon Rolls" was born after a 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Streamline Saloon was kept in a barn for decades. Many animals including raccoons began to live in it and left behind about 80 pounds of dung. 

    The Rolls-Royce could have been cleaned out along with the barn but instead, the family who owned it made the vehicle undergo a 2-year long restoration. 

    USA Today reports that the car is still stunning but it's story is even more amazing. 

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