Reality TV star puts up her custom Range Rover for sale!

After recently receiving a brand new Ferrari 458 Spider from boyfriend Tyga , Kylie is making space in her garage by selling her custom Range Rover.

Kylie and some of her cars

Kylie Jenner might be young, but she is definitely loves fancy cars.

Her garage contains a couple of fancy/super cars including: a Mercedes G-Wagon on Forgiato rims and a custom 2014 Range Rover Autobiography nicknamed “Snowball,” and her latest addition, her birthday gift- a Ferrari 458 Spider.

Now, the recently turned 18-year old is selling her custom Range Rover with a private broker for $173,000.

According to carbuzz, the car was was originally purchased for $195,000 and apparently has $25,000 worth of custom modifications including a white carbon wrap.

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