Floyd Mayweather To Add Aston Martin One-77 and Pagani Huayra To Collection
While most people would be devastated to lose four premium vehicles in a fire like Floyd Mayweather Jr. did last week, the 38-year boxer continues to prove he is not at all like most people.
Mayweather has already replaced his Jeep with a new custom Wrangler and he’s reportedly on the verge of acquiring an Aston Martin One-77 worth $3.3 million, as well as a Pagani Huayra worth approximately $3.2 million.
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TMZ Sports reported it has spoken with Mayweather’s favorite car dealer, Obi Okeke (AKA Doctor Bugatti) of Fusion Luxury Motors, who said the vehicles were brought over especially for Mayweather and that his goal is to raise the value of Mayweather’s car collection to $30 million.
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The Aston Martin One-77 is just one of only three that have been shipped to the United States and features a top speed of 220 mph. The Pagani Huayra’s body is made from carbon fiber and maxes out at 230 mph.
Mayweather’s current car collection is valued at $16 million, but he certainly has room to add more vehicles since his fight against Manny Paquiao netted the undefeated Mayweather a reported $200 million.
“The biggest challenge for me is to find (Mayweather) very special unique cars,” Okeke told TMZ. “Floyd has been waiting for them to come in and his plan is to buy both of them.”
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