TJ Harris

"A keen limo enthusiast. During my career I've maintained limos, driven limos, insured limos and pretty much done everything with a limo that a person could do (within reason of course!)" TJ brings this encyclopedic knowledge of the industry to his articles and he has the contacts to make sure Limo Broker News gets the latest scoops first.

Will Smith Jada Pinkett-Smith get steamy in the back of their Limo

Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith missed the Oscar’s red carpet this year – because they were getting steamy in the back of their limo. Jada told Shape Magazine that the couple, who have been married for 12 years, still enjoy a rampant sex life.

When you have three kids, you’ve got to take your opportunities when they come,” she said. Talking about the night of the Oscars, Jada said: “Will started looking at me in this way that drives me wild. We started kissing passionately, and the next thing I knew, well, let’s just say we missed the red carpet and I ended up with almost no make-up on.”

Michael Jackson’s Stretched Rolls Royce Silver Seraph Limo may be just about priceless

Michael-Jacksons-rolls-royce-limo1-300x158A one of a kind Rolls Royce Limousine, designed by Michael Jackson himself, is now described by experts as “priceless” following his sudden death last week. The unique vehicle was part of the original Jackson auction catalog that was set to be sold in April.
But now it seems the price of Michael Jackson’s stretched Rolls Royce Silver Seraph is impossible to estimate. The cost of all Jackson memorabilia has shot through the roof according to the Associated Press, and what’s more precious than a Limo with an interior that was designed by the King of Pop himself?
The car was set to be auctioned in April as part of Julien’s Auctions at the Beverley Hills Hilton, but a dispute halted the auction and the items, including the limo, were never sold.
The singer’s death triggered a surge in the Jackson collectibles market. By as early as Friday morning, hastily designed T-shirts emblazoned with the words “R.I.P.” and “June 25, 2009″ alongside his image were available online. On Friday afternoon, an Internet search for Jackson items turned up more than 24,000 offerings; there was a rush on all auction sites with buyers particularly drawn to the fixed-price “buy-it-now” items.
In addition to surging volume, EBay reported the average selling price for Jackson items jumped 31 percent on Thursday from daily averages the previous week. For example, a fedora hat signed by the man himself was being offered at $9,795.
So if Jackson’s hat is valued at almost $10,000 what do you suppose his Rolls Royce Silver Seraph is worth?
The original auction catalog value of the limo was between $140,000 – $160,000, but now how it’s anyone’s guess.

Is The Grand National the UK’s most famous horse race?

Mon Mome - The Grand National 2009

Mon Mome - The Grand National 2009

The Grand National, arguably the country’s most famous horse race, will set pulses racing early this April at the Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool.

This event has something for everyone, from those who can’t resist the lure of having a punt on an exciting tip to people who admire the beauty of a horse in full flow, as well anyone who just really likes hats.

From April 2nd to 4th, the finest thoroughbreds will be on display, along with the classiest of fashion and, of course, champagne will be flowing for all.

Much of the Grand National’s mystique is perhaps created by the fact that it has been running since 1839 and still manages to pull in the punters of all ages and backgrounds.

For anyone unfamiliar with the event, it is known as the one horse race which even the most reluctant of gamblers will be tempted to have a flutter on.

While there is no official dress code, many choose to pull out all the stops with their choice of attire, meaning limousine hire will be preferable for travelling to the event.