Murdered is right
What a horrible thing to do to a nice car :(
David Beckham is offloading his Porsche 911 Turbo Convertible on eBay ahead of an impending return to Premiership football at Tottenham. The wheels cost Becks £100k new back in 2008, and he apparently stumped another £50k having it modified to an all-black "murdered out" state. Back's black Porsche The motor boasts " …
"heated front seats, parking assist...thicker leather steering wheel"
Heated seats? Posh needs that to make up for her skinny arse not providing enough insulation.
Parking assist? I've seen some Beckham moves that warrant something similar on-field.
Thicker...steering wheel? No comment.
I don't think so. These cars are just meant to quickly identify a rich guy with few brain cells. Others use plain VW cars. Reliable, functional, economic and well designed to haul a family and their furniture purchases from Ikea to home.
This car only hauls the rich guy and one smart person. Who is female of course.
I like the look of the car. It's definitely distinctive. The basic styling of the 911 hasn't changed much over the years. Porsche's look is clearly classic, but it is also rather mundane compared to other vehicles in it's price range. Beckham's approach is certainly not for all tastes, but it would command a second look, even from the ultra-wealthy residents of Beverly Hills. In fact, that may be the entire point.
Mine's the one with the salmiakki in the pocket.
So this blonde college student answers an add for part time work. She shows up at the house and the old guy there offers her $50 to paint his porch. She agrees and goes off with her big paint can and brush. The old guy's wife says, "That was a bit unfair. Our porch goes all the way around the house. It's a big job and you only offered her $50." He replies, "Well, I'm not forcing her to do it." A few minutes later the girl comes back and says, "OK, Mister, it's done, but I'm a bit confused. I'm pretty sure that's not a Porshe. I think it's a Ferrari."
I'm more used to seeing that style of finish on old motorbikes, where it is known as the "Rat bike" look... There are even prizes for the best "rat" at shows.
Normally it's performed on an old knackered bike, and applied from a spray can. It's a bit of a joke... Looks like someone took it seriously in the car world. Oh well, I guess the car is German.
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