Snoop Dogg’s customized Cadillac is now a centerpiece at a Texas dealership

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Texas Cadillac broker is the unutilized proprietor of a 1966 lowrider referred to as the Snoop DeVille.

The automobile was once custom designed by means of rapper Snoop Dogg and seemed in 50 Cent’s 2003 tune video “P.I.M.P. Remix.” Now, it’s a dialog piece within the newly opened showroom for Frank Kent Cadillac of Arlington.

Consistent with TMZ, the dealership purchased the automobile from earlier proprietor Christian Bonilla, who put it up for sale in December for an undercover value. Snoop Dogg had bought it to Bonilla with a blown engine in a while later the 50 Cent video was once filmed.

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