Floyd Mayweather Reveals New Custom Jeep Wrangler
Earlier this month, Floyd Mayweather’s extensive car collection took a major hit. While parts of the collection were traveling in Florida, the semi truck carrying the cars caught fire, leaving two Rolls-Royces, a Bentley, and a custom Jeep burnt beyond repair.
We’ve already reported on the fact that Mayweather has decided to replace the Jeep first with a creation from Alex Vega and The Auto Firm. Now, the Jeep’s replacement is here—and it’s as beautiful as you would expect.
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Vega and The Auto Firm are the geniuses behind Mayweather’s previous custom Jeep, which is now very expensive firewood. To replace the lost Jeep, Vega has gone all out. The custom Jeep features massive black wheels, a winch, steel bumpers, fender flares, and over a hundred rivets throughout the body. If that isn’t enough for you glam for you, you should see the inside.
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The entire upholstery is made of alligator skin. Yes, you read that right. When Mayweather sits his bottom on his new Jeep’s seats, he will practically be riding a freakin’ alligator. And it’s not just any-old alligator skin—it is red, yellow, and black alligator skin, which mirrors the boxer’s TMT company.
Mayweather’s new custom Jeep joins the other cars in his crazy collection, which includes nameplates like Bugatti, McLaren, Ferrari, and Lamborghini.
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News Source: Yahoo! Autos
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