Sylvester Stallone selling his stretch Cadillac Escalade for $350G

Luxury SUV features recliners and wide-screen TV

Talk about a custom ride.

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Sylvester Stallone is selling a stretched Cadillac Escalade that he purchased for $409,000 to fulfill a “specific purpose” and no longer needs.

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The luxury truck was built by Becker Automotive Design and features an interior that would make first-class airline passengers jealous.

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The five-seat cabin includes two recliners, folding tables made from Japanese ash, a bar, a 43-inch TV and “military spec” wireless Internet.

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The 2019 Escalade has just 1,000 miles on it, which means Stallone will have paid $59 per mile to ride in it if he gets his asking price of $350,000. There’s a good chance he will.

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Becker recently sold a similar 2018 Escalade owned by Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady that was listed for $300,000.

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As for what Stallone plans to replace it with, he didn’t say. However, there is an all-new Cadillac Escalade going on sale later this year.

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