Jeremy Clarkson Sells His Mercedes CLK63 AMG Black Series

Is Jeremy Clarkson selling his cars because he’s running out of money and needs to stay alive until he finds a new job? Probably not, but he has sold his beloved Mercedes CLK63 AMG Black Series.

Clarkson tweeted about the selling of his car, a 2008 model, on June 1 simply calling it “a sad day” and inexplicably getting thousands of replies about how sad people were in regards to this – who cares what car he drives or what he does with his money?

This is really more of a tabloid story, but I did my best to put a serious journalistic spin on it (apart from the first phrase in the first paragraph…). Now you know he no longer owns it and we hope this crucial bit of information will serve you well.

Scroll down for Clarkson’s original review of the car!

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  • fabri99

    Great car, but my favourite Black Serious will always be the SL65.

  • dinn

    He has changed for newer model.

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