Porsche Spice: David Beckham’s beloved car for sale on eBay

January 6, 2011 | by | 2 Comments

Football legend David Beckham’s beloved Porsche is being sold on eBay ahead of his expected return to England, it emerged today.

Porsche Spice - David Beckham's beloved car being sold on eBay

The 35-year-old has spent the past two years cruising around Beverly Hills in the unique matt black Porsche 911 Convertible Turbo.

But with his love of new cars and a loan move to the Premiership pending, Beckham has decided to get rid of the ”one non-smoking owner” vehicle.

He bought the Porsche in 2008 for £100,000 and then spent a further £50,000 having it customised.

The car was fitted with blacked-out headlights, special alloy wheels, a sports exhaust and emblazoned with the number 23 – Beckham’s shirt number at LA Galaxy.


It also boasts heated front seats, parking assist and a six-CD sound system with enormous speakers fitted beneath the rears seats.

Beckham and his wife Victoria have been regularly photographed driving around LA in the supercar – which will do 0-60mph in just four seconds thanks to its 3.6-litre turbocharged engine.

The pair are thought to be preparing for a return to England with David expected to sign on loan for Tottenham Hotspur.


They have recently registered their three sons Brooklyn, 11, Romeo, eight and five-year-old Cruz for three months at a private school near their ‘Beckingham Palace’ mansion in Hertfordshire.

Beckham’s one-off Porsche, known in the states as a ‘Murdered Out’ model because of its black bodywork and wheels, is up for sale on eBay through LA-based dealer Chequered Flag.

David Beckham is the only previous registered owner of the vehicle and it is believed he sold it recently.

Porsche Spice - David Beckham's beloved car being sold on eBay

In less than one day, bidding has already reached $110,100 (£70,000) with the auction set to end at 10am on January 12.

With Beckham a global icon, the final bid is expected to be considerably higher. When his old BMW M3 was sold on eBay in 2005, it went for £90,000 – £75,000 more than it was worth.

Chequered Flag’s Neil Jaffe said: ”This is a very rare opportunity to acquire a unique supercar with unparalleled celebrity history.”

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  1. Shawnmctsala says:

    thats a freakin joke mate, i have tha same vehicle for $80 000

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