Mike Tyson 1994 Range Rover Limousine

When Mike Tyson was in Glasgow to fight Lou Savarese at Scotland's Hampton Park in 2000, there was only one limo fit to carry the former champ — this 1994 Range Rover stretch. Originally ordered by the Sultan of Brunei, the conversion was performed by Townley Cross Country Vehicles over nine months at a cost of over $170,000. The chassis was lengthened 40 inches and the roof heightened by eight. Tinted windows, a sunroof, and a single-piece tailgate were also added. The interior is finished in Oxblood Connolly leather with Wilton carpeting and Burr walnut trim, along with a full suite of the best in '90s tech: two CRT televisions, a CD player, and a VHS player. Power comes from the reliable if anemic 4.3-liter Rover V8. The limo goes to auction March 23 and 24 at the NEC Birmingham alongside a plethora of other Land Rovers and Range Rovers.

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