Rolls-Royce Created A Custom Ghost For Antonio Brown To Use During Super Bowl 50

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Even though the Pittsburgh Steelers weren't competing in Super Bowl 50, Rolls-Royce decided to create a special Ghost for Steelers player Antonio Brown to use as a daily driver around San Francisco during the event.

The British marque wrapped its 'entry-level' model in a distinct shade of matte gold which has then been complemented with a brushed silver hood, an aluminum front grille and a chrome strip across on the trunk lid.

Completing the look are Brown's initials and playing number on the front quarter panels as well as his signature catchphrase “Business Is Boomin” on the doors.

Given his base salary of almost $8.5 million per year, it shouldn't come as a surprise that Brown frequently drive Rolls-Royces. As a matter of fact, he owns a custom Phantom wrapped in matte black with matte yellow racing stripes.

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