EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Paris Hilton Test-Drives New $300,000 Rolls-Royce

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Paris Hilton may be treating herself to an early Christmas present in the form of a brand new Rolls-Royce, RadarOnline.com has learned.

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The 29-year-old heiress took a black Rolls-Royce from the Bentley dealership in Beverly Hills on Monday afternoon after taking it for a lengthy test-drive.

Although Hilton has yet to purchase it, sources close to the starlet tell RadarOnline.com that she’s seriously considering buying the $300,000 car.

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“Paris is known for her love of fast expensive cars. She may have met her perfect match,” the source said.

“Paris took home a black Rolls-Royce Ghost to see if she wants to buy it. She hasn’t made a decision yet, but she was overheard gushing about the car.”

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Insiders at the Beverly Hills Bently dealership told RadarOnline.com they’d love to have the heiress rolling in their newest Rolls-Royce.

“They said that they sell tons of Bentley’s every week from wealthy people around the world that request the same model the heiress has,” the source said.

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“It’s always, ‘I want the Bentley Paris has.’ We’re hoping her driving the new Ghost will have the same effect.”

The Rolls-Royce appears to be a different color, but the same model that reality-TV star Kim Kardashian purchased in September.

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Hilton is known for cruising around town in her bright pink Bentley, which she arrived to the dealership in, but purchasing the Ghost may be a move that will help her slip under the radar unnoticed.

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