Marshawn Lynch Has 24 "Beast Mode" Jeeps Built for Charity

Marshawn Lynch, the star running back for the Seattle Seahawks, and noted hyphy enthusiast, has been sidelined recently with an injury. But while he might not be able to be “all about that business” on the field, he can still rock his “Boss” persona off the field with his newly minted custom Jeep. RELATED: Marshawn Lynch Protects his Lamborghini with Velvet Ropes
Marshawn Lynch Has 24 "Beast Mode" Jeeps Built for Charity
The vehicle here was created by Seattle-area dealer McLoughlin Jeep, and is called the “Beast Mode Jeep.” It is a four-door Wrangler Unlimited, with a big lift, bright green aftermarket wheels, wrapped in Cooper Discover STT Pro off-road tires, a big aftermarket off-road armor front bumper that also contains a Warn winch. RELATED: 8 Players and Their Automotive Counterparts The whole thing is decked out in black, with bright green accents. The front fascia has “BEAST MODE” in bright letters, and is capped off with an aggressive cowl induction hood and bright green LED headlights. Inside, the black-and-green theme continues, and Lynch's number and signature have been stitched into the seat backs.  
Marshawn Lynch Has 24 "Beast Mode" Jeeps Built for Charity
RELATED: Seattle Seahawks' Jimmy Graham Moonlights as a Stunt Pilot 24 of these vehicles are being made (like Lynch’s number “24”), and some of the profits from the sale of these custom vehicles are being given to charity. Each Jeep will be “one of a kind,” including the one that was given to him (for free) by the dealership. We expect that the rest of the buyers will be paying a lot more, as over $100K worth of custom work was sunk in to the “Beast Mode Jeep.”

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