King Farouk I, the last king of Egypt, used to go in hunting trips since his youth, especially, in the royal fishing pond of Dahshur, located in the vicinity of Pyramid of Amenemhat I dates back about 4,000 years.
The king needs powerful fleet of off-road vehicles. Several photos featured King Farouk standing beside the Lincoln Continental model 1946 and the Willys Jeep model 1946, during those trips.
The Willys Jeep was a powerful MPV that comes with a 2.2-liter, 4-speed, and 4-cylinder Go-Devil engine. It had two categories, rear-wheel drive 2T, and four-wheel drive 4T.
In 1946, Jeep produced about 200,000 units of Willys model.
The Lincoln Continental was a luxury handcrafted coupe vehicle that comes in two versions, one with a fixed roof and the other cabriolet featuring a 12-cylinder and 130hp engine.
The Continental model, produced between 1946 and 1948, was very limited in production, with a base price of $4,400, which was then very expensive.