• Hey Seinfeld! No Porsche Carrera GT for you!

We all remember hysterically laughing at the Seinfeld episode where the Soup Nazi first bellowed his first "No soup for you!" and have laughed our butts off ever since, but sadly, Seinfeld’s self-titled sitcom is now over and Jerry Seinfeld may be feeling the money crunch. This may be evident in the fact that the all-star comedian is selling his black 2004 Porsche Carrera GT.

The celebrity owned sports car only has 3,176 miles on the odometer and comes with in a black/gray color combination. Power comes from the 5.7 liter V10 engine that delivers 612 HP and sprints the car from 0 to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds. Top speed goes up to an impressive 206 mph.

Do we really think Seinfeld is running out of dough? Of course not! The man is just playing it smart and staying behind the scenes as the producer of his latest show, The Marriage Ref, but the sale of his Porsche does beg the question as to what car will be taking its place in the comedian’s garage.

Other celebrities driving around in a Porsche Carrera GT include Dell Computer’s founder Michael Dell, the King of Late Night Jay Leno, Fashion Designer Ralph Lauren, Professional Golfer Tiger Woods, and Formula 1 Racing Driver Christijan Albers. Wonder if any of them will be giving up their rides as well.


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  (503) posted on 04.14.2011

Yeah, let’s enjoy him in the movie and never mind his own business! Its just a pointless thing to make this thing big!

  (466) posted on 04.14.2011

The figure performance of the car is quite impressive. The one who will buy that car would be so lucky!

  (445) posted on 03.9.2011

Well, that one is definitely something. Those Seinfield fans who have the moolah will probably be racing to the actions now. For the rest of us, let’s just enjoy him on TV.

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