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The Manny Mobile

Manny Ramirez’s Lincoln for saleWell, he’s sold grills and condos, now it’s vintage cars. If you have $139,000 to spare and are interested in owning the “Manny Mobile”, head on over to Hemmings Motor News.

The “Manny Mobile” is a 1967 blue custom rebuilt Lincoln Continental.

“This 1967 Lincoln Continental 4 Door Convertible is owned by Boston Red Sox’s Slugger Manny Ramirez.

It was custom built for Manny by World Renowned builder Troy of Rad Rides. This vehicle was totally revamped with a traditional look. It has an updated drive train and suspension.The mileage of 79 is after total rebuild. Outstanding quality of workmanship to this vehicle.”

Manny Ramirez’s Lincoln Continental

Just for kickers, buy the car and you get an extra gift from Manny.

“In addition to the car other sports memorbilia comes with it.”

[Hat Tip: Fanhouse]


6 Responses to “The Manny Mobile”

  1. on 10 Jun 2007 at 6:33 am Peter N.

    Tim, it looks like the car could use 4 new tires. Ort a little “wheel black.” Have a great Sunday as Daisuke goes against the Unit. Should be fun!

  2. Посмотрел. Хоть и на английском, но интересно.

  3. on 23 Jan 2011 at 10:28 am Семена конопли

    И тут есть наши семена , здорово то как !

  4. Вы можете купить экран для сотового телефона

  5. on 13 Oct 2011 at 4:20 am tommygun

    хотите заказать семена конопли? пожалуйста!

  6. on 22 Nov 2014 at 7:22 am Rafael

    Kotch is just $750K and Lopez never stayed long engouh I don’t think. Damon won’t meet but one of his attendance bonuses (so an extra $150K is all they owe him for his season nice guy; but wildly overpaid for this team for a low obp slap hitter with no glove). Of all the bad decisions in Rays history (not D-Rays history), what I’ll call 2011 LF (which includes signing a convicted PED user, counting on Damon to play LF instead of Jennings and leaving Jennings in the minors until the season was effectively over) has to rank up there with leaving Josh Hamilton off the 40-man and signing a washed up PED candidate like Burrell for crazy money (for them) as the worst management decisions ever. The team dug itself a bad hole for 2011 over that whole episode. And like the NBA team that expends its energy on a 3rd quarter run to get back in the game, they look spent for the 4th quarter. They have no room for error with that payroll. If Stu is going to keep demanding that his payroll is covered by MLB revenue sharing and central fund payments, then I’d rather they never sign any free agent for more than say, $4M a season. They are kind of terrible at it. Scott Boras worked them over this year.

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