Recently, New York Knicks guard J.R. Smith signed a 24-million deal to stay in the city that never sleeps and apparently, he used some of that cash to buy an armored car to ride around in.
The fine folks over at New York Post’s Page 6 have the full details:
Smith, who’s recovering after surgery on his left knee in the off-season, rolled up to Meatpacking District restaurant Catch on Thursday night in a Gurkha F5, which is made by Toronto-based Terradyne Armored Vehicles and used by police and the military. Smith parked the oversize truck, worth about $450,000, on the street while he dined inside.
For those of you wondering what the vehicle looks like, you can check out images of the vehicle on Terradyne’s official website.
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