WWE news: What cars does Vince McMahon own?

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When it comes to professional wrestling and sports entertainment, there really is no bigger character than Vince McMahon.

The wrestling world is very much his and we’re all just living in it.

Love or hate him, there is no denying that the wrestling business wouldn’t be as big as it is today without him.

It should come to no surprise then that the business tycoon has a net worth of a staggering $3.1 billion, and with money like that, one can only imagine the things you could buy, but what does Vince spend it on?

YouTube channel ‘Ten Over Ten’ gives an insight into the WWE owner’s car collection worth over $1 million, with one of the cars being worth $450,000 alone!

So, what’s in Vince’s garage?

Bentley Continental GT Super Sports. Estimated value: $200,000

By looking at this list, it is clear that Vince is a fan of speed. So, it comes to no surprise that he payed extra to get the sport edition of the Bentley Continental GT.

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Lamborghini Aventador. Estimated value: $400,000

Has anyone introduced Vince to Need for Speed? Because his garage is very quickly starting to look like one you’d have at the end of the game. The car can go from 0 to 60mph in 2.9 seconds... mental.

2007 Mercedes SL 600. Estimated value: $130,000

Although this Mercedes is a more classic and business-looking car than the previous two, it still has a twin-turbo v-12 engine under the hood, which helps the car go from 0-60 mph in just 4.4 seconds.

Rolls Royce Phantom. Estimated value: $450,000

One of the most luxurious cars on the market and one for when Vince doesn’t feel like speeding around and would rather be chauffer driven in style.

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Audi R8. Estimated value: $150,000

Here we are, very quickly back to the madness. Whilst the R8 can be somewhat used as an everyday car due to its comfortable interior, the car can still do 0 to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds.

Lincoln Town Limousine. Estimated value: $30,000

Hopefully this isn’t the one Shawn Michaels and Triple H made a mess of as part of DX in the mid-2000’s.

1967 Corvette. Estimated value: $50,000

With only 20 of these ever made in the world, this one must be priceless to Vince and worth a lot more than its estimated value when it was made back in the 60’s.

That’s around $1.4 million worth of cars! Who’d of known that Vince McMahon was such a speed demon.

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