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Rich? Famous? Not sure what car to buy to fit in?


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The DuPont Registry is like the US version of Unique Cars, but with the bling factor turned up 300%. We're talking pimped out H2s, gangsta S-600s, original Cobras, Diablos, Saleen C7s, lions, tigers, bears... oh my.

Anyhoo - your reputable newsagent (Borders) should have a well-thumbed copy for around $18 clams to flick through - f*ck buying it - and the current issue is a doozy.

Celebrity Cars

Stock is for suckers for these bad boys. Featured rides from Hef, Tito (the Animal) Ortiz, Busta Rhymes - and many more.

Even TV's Bo Duke (John Schneider) is featured with his car... the General f*cking Lee!

Can't get to the shops?

Checkit here: http://www.dupontregistry.com/Celebritycar...itycarIndex.asp

Best. Magazine. Ever.

J

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Haha Gordo - one of movie's all time great car-scenes is Marky Mark dragging the Batmobile against a Mondial cabrio in 'Rockstar'. Screw your NOS tanks hidden under the seat Vin baby, that sucker has a jet engine in the back :P

Busta seems to be doing OK. Can't say I've bought anything of his - just as well, that green Lambo is vile. The mag says he's ordered a Veyron convertible - a cool US$1.2mil. I image we'll see him in some buddy-cop film before the end of the year:

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Haha Gordo - one of movie's all time great car-scenes is Marky Mark dragging the Batmobile against a Mondial cabrio in 'Rockstar'. Screw your NOS tanks hidden under the seat Vin baby, that sucker has a jet engine in the back :P

Busta seems to be doing OK. Can't say I've bought anything of his - just as well, that green Lambo is vile. The mag says he's ordered a Veyron convertible - a cool US$1.2mil. I image we'll see him in some buddy-cop film before the end of the year:

Win03-Busta3.jpg

He is preety big in America and europe. Shaq the basketballer also has a shit load of bling bling cars, but when u make 40+ million a year playing basketball i guess its easy.

Theres a show on MTV called Cribs where they spend the day with super rich celebs and they show off where all their $$ has gone.

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The only Yankee tank I know with a hard-on for Skylines is Paul Walker (no surprises there).

Here's a pic that always cracks me up:

http://www.nitroware.net/~tony/hulk_supra1.jpg

I imaging the Hulk is saying "Check out my T88-34D... it's FULLEE bro!!!"

:P

If you won $30 million of course you'd build yourself a huge garage and fill it full of N1 GT-R's but you know... what else???

I'd imagine you'd guys want some TVR's, M-Power BMW's, AMG Mercs, turbo XR6's, maybe the odd GT3, F360... and a slammed 'Secret Service' style Chevy Surburban on 20" Volks...

As a multimillion you must have a rounded diet... blondes, brunettes, redheads, twins...

T.

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