Floyd Mayweather's Fire-Damaged Jeep Wrangler to Be Replaced

Last week, we reported on how Floyd Mayweather lost four of his pimped out rides in a mysterious fire while being transported from Vegas to Miami. Among the vehicles lost in the flames were a pair of Rolls-Royces, a Bentley, and a custom Jeep. One of these vehicles is already in the process of being replaced. If you are a fan of Manny Pacquiao or generally opposed to batterers of women, you may experience a bit of schadenfreude at the sight of a quartet of Mayweather’s vehicles going up in flames. But according to TMZ Sports, who originally reported the fire, a team of custom car builders is working on getting a replacement Jeep Wrangler going for the pro boxer. RELATED: 4 of Floyd Mayweather's Cars Lost in Trailer Fire
Floyd Mayweather's Fire-Damaged Jeep Wrangler to Be Replaced
The replacement is being undertaken by Alex Vega and The Auto Firm. The Miami-based custom shop was the builder of the original Jeep flambé, and according to an Instagram post by Vega, “The clock is ticking…” The caption of the post, in which he’s posing with Mayweather continues, “I promise you all, this will be the BADDEST ride in Mayweather's entire car fleet” RELATED: Mayweather's Car Collection by the Numbers
We’ve recently covered The Auto Firm for the Polaris Slingshot that it tricked out with the help of major league baseball player Yoenis Cespedes. The Auto Firm did Mayweather’s original custom Wrangler (pictured top), which costed over $100K, and featured massive Avorza wheels on even bigger tires, and iPad integration. If the post from Vega is to be believed, the new Wrangler will be even more impressive. RELATED: Three-Wheeled Polaris Slingshot Customized With Help From MLB’s Yoenis Cespedes

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