• Jan 26th 2007 at 2:59PM
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It's hard to believe that it's been almost 11 years since Evander Holyfield whooped Mike Tyson for his first of three heavyweight championships. Evander won the sweet-looking '97 Bentley Continental T shown above along with enough cash to fill the trunk of a Ford Five-Hundred from that fight.

This Bentley isn't just your run-of-the-mill super-luxury either. It's one of a select few coachbuilt Mulliner Park Ward editions. The listing says it's just one of two built (for the '97 model year, we presume). Jealous? No need to be. You can just fork over a cool $1 Million (or more) to make it your own. Now, while this is a nice car with a legit celebrity connection, that sounds like a ridiculous amount of money.

However, if you're still intrigued and you have the money to burn, there's more: Your million-dollar purchase also lets you travel to the Real Deal's 200 acre complex to meet the champ himself and take delivery from him personally. We're sure that if you're nice he'll even teach you some of his sweet dance moves. We'd recommend against a sparring session with him, though. That'd probably end badly for you.

Thanks to Mike G. for the tip.

[Source: eBay]

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      • 8 Years Ago

      Well, the car DOES have a cassette player...

      one million bucks for an old bentley!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Evander and I go to the same church. I'll just run down the aisle while we're getting jiggy with it - gettin our Jesus on - and ask him if I can take a spin in his Bentley. I'm sure he'll say yes - we're like bff...

      • 8 Years Ago
      Ummm I don't know where you guys get your information but Evander Holyfield was a champion way before he whooped on Mike Tyson. He first knocked out Buster Douglas for the title way back in 1990 or 1991 which was over 16 years ago. Then he lost the title to Riddick Bowe in 1992 and regained the title by beating Bowe in 1993. Then he lost the title to Michael Moore in 1994 and then finally whooped Tyson to gain the title back. Then he lost the title to Lennox Lewis and regained one of the titles beating John Ruiz to become the only 4 time world champion other than Muhammed Ali.
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