He has always enjoyed rare and exotic cars, but Jerry Seinfeld decided it was time to pare down his extensive collection this past Friday (March 10).
The popular comedian put 17 of his automotive assets on the auction block through Gooding & Co on Amelia Island, Florida, including 15 Porsches and two Volkswagens, and walked away with a cool $22 million.
He’s always enjoyed rubbing shoulders with celebrities, and on Wednesday (December 30) President Barack Obama was the special guest on “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” the hit web series from Jerry Seinfeld.
The 61-year-old comedian showed up at the White House in a 1963 Corvette Stingray Split Window Coupe, but the Secret Service would only allow the Commander-in-Chief to ride in his custom-built Presidential Cadillac.
There was plenty of hype after Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander hit up the infamous Tom's Restaurant in New York City a couple weeks ago, and now "Seinfeld" fans have the answer they've been looking for.
The series' stars teamed up for a hilarious Super Bowl, which aired this evening (February 2) in order to promote Jerry's show "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."