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Michael Jordan owns a collection of luxury cars

2021-11-11 06:30

2021-11-11 06:30

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Famous American basketball player Michael Jordan, a six-time NBA champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist, is one of the world’s most popular luxury car collectors.

A member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, the 58-year-old Jordan has always been known for his love of luxury cars.

He began to collect them during his sports career. According to unofficial information, the athlete, whose fortune is estimated at about two billion dollars, has about 60 cars in his “garage”.

His amazing collection was created with the Air Jordan brand, which made the basketball player a huge fortune. Today, thanks to him and the results achieved on the basketball court, he is considered one of the greatest sports stars of all time.

The most famous car in the Jordan range is the black Aston Martin DB7 Volante Convertible from 2001. The car was purchased when the basketball player was with the Washington Wizards, who co-owned it.

The other “gems” in his collection are rubinowo-czerwony Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 40th Anniversary Edition (1993), Ferrari 512TR (1992), Porsche 930 Turbo cabriolet (1989), Chevrolet Corvette C4 (1984), Toyota Land Cruiser J80 (1991), McLaren-Mercedes SLR 722 (2007) , Bentley Continental GT (2005), Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir (2010) Cadillac XLR-V (2006).

Most recently, the 23 XI Racing Toyota (2021), a car belonging to the Jordanian Nascar Team Racing team, was included. The team was founded a year ago by Jordan himself, becoming the first majority black owner of NASCAR since famed driver Wendell Scott in the 1970s.

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“I grew up in North Carolina where my parents took me to the races. I have been a fan of NASCAR since I was young and will be my whole life,” Jordan said when asked where the idea of ​​entering this race the American racing series came from. (PAP)

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