Katie Price’s custom Range Rover up for sale

December 23, 2013 | By | In News

Former glamour model Katie Price – previously known as Jordan – has put her customised Range Rover up for sale on Motors.co.uk.

However, the luxury SUV, likely the most recognisable and photographed car in Britain, isn’t for shrinking violets, being finished in bright Barbie pink.

Advertised for £69,950, the previous generation Range Rover’s bespoke paintjob is the work of Bradford-based vehicle modifiers Kahn. Best known for applying gaudy aftermarket wheels and bumpers to one of Britain’s finest exports, it has done a similar number to the interior of Jordan’s car, lining the dashboard with what appears to be ostrich leather and pink stitching, while the air vents are adorned with diamante.

The car, which Price bought new two years ago, also features pink leather inserts on the seats and sits on black painted alloy wheels.

Price had previously attempted to sell the Range Rover earlier this year using Twitter, but failed to raise any interest. It is thought the entrepreneur is looking to trade-up to a seven-seater to accommodate her increasingly large brood.

Stephen Jury of Motors.co.uk commented: “This is the one of the most recognised cars in the UK. Katie Price's PR team has tried to sell this via social media earlier in the year, but they soon realised they needed the help of her local specialised car dealer and Motors.co.uk.”

If you fancy owning a slice of UK tabloid history, take a look at the car’s listing, where you can book an appointment to view it.

Alternatively, if you prefer your Range Rovers in a more subtle hue, you can search for one here.

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