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Following reports in several European publications that Ronaldo was the owner of the most expensive new car ever made, his people chimed in with a vehement denial.
The suit was filed as a third-party complaint, added to the existing lawsuit, and as the complaint itself reads it's meant to "correct the record and hold European Collectibles accountable."
Cardi took to Twitter to show her followers a screenshot from her bank account, and the sufficient cash withdrawal necessary to buy the car, free and clear.
The alleged impostor is a 1958 Porsche 356 Speedster sold for nearly $1.5 million at an auction event in March, 2016, along with 16 other pieces of his Porsche collection.
The most expensive Porsche ever sold at auction is none other than the 1970 Porsche 917K, once owned by the legendary Steve McQueen.
Part of Leno's car collection is kept in a Batcave-like structure underneath his home. He reportedly has an elevator there straight from his bedroom.
The electric PFO hypercar from from Automobili Pininfarina is slated to be introduced to the world at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland in March of next year.
Ferrari GTOs have long been at the top of the collectible car pyramid for various reasons, including "their rarity, power, beauty and success on the race track."
The contract was Cena's first in pro wrestling, and the Jeep also represented its own milestone for the then-rookie wrestler: He's said it was "the first car I ever paid cash for without some money from the parents."
The $3 million Chiron came on the scene as the latest in a prestigious dynasty of top-speed supercars, after the Bugatti Veyron set a top speed record of 267.8 miles per hour.
"What's with the Honda?" CBS's Bob Simon asked Amazon founder Jeff Bezos in 1999.
If Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's marriage doesn't end up working out, Prince Harry may be in position to lose a lot of money.
The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio is a concept car that would work by way of a body made out of "exotic carbon nanotubes" acting as a supercapacitor.
The 971K's significance in the history of auto racing isn't purely cinematic – Porsche dominated the field of endurance racing in the early 70s, with back to back victories won with the 971K in 1970 and 1971