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Mini Cooper Racing Chair Rocks!

by Shane McGlaun
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I am a big fan of racing games on the PS3, and I have a racing seat that has a platform for my Logitech racing wheel and its pedals. That chair has a seat on it that looks like a racing seat out of a real race car. It’s sweet, but has nothing on this awesome Mini Cooper gaming chair though.

This racing chair, created by David Gawthorpe, is actually made out of the front end of a black Mini Cooper of the classic variety. When you lift the hood, you find the black leather seat to plant your butt in with a pair of speakers and a Butt Kicker for extra bass.

It has an Xbox (360, we assume) inside along with a 500W amp, strobe lights, lasers, and stereo speakers. The back even has a fridge so you can store your Bawls for long nights of racing action. When you want to burn some rubber and leave rivals in a cloud of smoke, the chair has a remote control smoke machine.

You might be pumped right now, but this will kill your buzz. The one-of-a-kind chair will sell for approximately $13,000 (USD). Suddenly my racing set up looks sweet again.

[via Automotto via Born Rich]

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