Mayweather Replaces Burnt Jeep With Sinister-Looking Custom Wrangler
Floyd Mayweather is a man that likes to live in luxury. He spends his millions on cars, clothes, houses, and other fine things. Although now retired, don’t think that the boxer who made $400 million during his career is going to give up that luxury any time soon or his baller status. Even when a small fire turned into a big fire and engulfed his Bentley, two Rolls-Royces, and his $100,000 custom Jeep Wrangler all Mayweather did was order a new custom Jeep Wrangler. The mark of a true baller. RELATED: Mayweather Trades His Enzo for a Koenigsegg
Pictures of the fire’s aftermath surfaced last week, and as shown, all four cars were burnt to the ground. There’s still no word on what caused the fire, but as mentioned above, Mayweather is already onto his next ride, another custom Jeep Wrangler.
The Auto Firm and its owner Alex Vega, who built Mayweather’s previous custom Jeep, also built his new truck. The new Wrangler looks very similar to the previous one, at least on the outside. The former boxer adorned the exterior of the custom Jeep with massive black wheels, a winch, steel bumpers, fender flares, and hundreds of rivets. However, the real show is on the inside.
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The interior is almost completely decked out with alligator skin. However, it’s not just any alligator skin, but red, yellow, and black alligator skin to mirror the color scheme as Mayweather’s TMT company. It’s definitely an interesting interior, and one that’s not likely to be repeated by any other custom Jeep.
We’re not too sure about it, but then again, we don’t always share the same tastes as Mayweather. The Wrangler is just one more car in Mayweather’s very eccentric collection, which also includes nameplates such as Bugatti, McLaren, Ferrari, and Lamborghini.
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