Former NBA player Rick Fox is busy unhooking the bike rack from his Cadillac Escalade while partner Elisha Dushku is all drawn watching him getting his hands dirty.
You are looking at a very rare Mercedes Benz SLR 722 in mint condition. This was the one and only Michael Jordan’s 722 with title signed by him. Priced at US$429,990, the “722 Edition” has a crystal antimony grey exterior and an all black interior. It is equipped with an engine that develops 650 hp at 6500 rpm and 830 Nm at 4000 rpm, with a top speed of 337 km/h (209 mph), which means it’s 3 km/h (1.9 mph) faster than the standard SLR.
Orlando Magic ace center Dwight Howard with the help of celebrity car broker Andre Hunter finally got the Knight XV, the truck that potioned him at first sight on DuPont Registry. This monster truck has 40-inch wheels, a state-of-the-art dash navigator system and an LCD screen with Xbox at the back.
Miami Heat veteran Dwayne Wade gets comfy with his light blue Cadillac Escalade, a large luxury SUV also known as the 8-seater flamboyant passenger ship on wheels. We all know by now that D’Wade likes to roll with a bling. In 2006, he was crowned “King of Bling” at GM All-Car Showdown for his 2006 HUMMER H2 SUT.
ESPN analyst and former NBA star Jalen Rose sold his 1964 Cadillac series 62 6200 custom fully restored sedan. The ’64 Cadillac introduced industry first features such as Comfort Control, a completely automatic heating and air-conditioning system controlled by a dial thermostat on the instrument panel.