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An Iran Classic Car Museum guard stands next to a 1974 Citroen SM (foreground) on the western outskirts of the capital Tehran on November 24, 2021. - Before they were ousted by the 1979 Islamic revolution, Iran's royal family enjoyed a lavish lifestyle with a taste for fast cars quite unlike any ever built. Now, after half a century hidden away, the royal racers are back on show, with the Iran Historical Car Museum drawing in thousands since it opened to the public in recent weeks. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP) (Photo by ATTA KENARE/AFP via Getty Images)
An Iran Classic Car Museum guard stands next to a 1974 Citroen SM (foreground) on the western outskirts of the capital Tehran on November 24, 2021. - Before they were ousted by the 1979 Islamic revolution, Iran's royal family enjoyed a lavish lifestyle with a taste for fast cars quite unlike any ever built. Now, after half a century hidden away, the royal racers are back on show, with the Iran Historical Car Museum drawing in thousands since it opened to the public in recent weeks. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP) (Photo by ATTA KENARE/AFP via Getty Images)
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