...with every pair of £35,000 Led Zeppelin tickets
7 December 2007

Seven Led Zeppelin-themed 2.0-litre CRD Jeep Patriots are on sale now priced at more than double the £16,995 list price, at £34,860 each.The cars come in black, decorated with unique white graphics of the band in action, all of which is done in aid of the Led Zeppelin concert being held on Monday (December 10th) at the O2 in London.The vehicles are being sold by RGVA, a vehicle branding company, who are also offering two VIP tickets to the concert and after show party for each buyer. This will be the first concert the band has performed since the death of drummer John Bonham in 1980, and organisers claim to have received 20 million applications for 18,000 tickets available.We have a suspicion you're paying £35k for VIP access to a Led Zeppelin concert, with a Jeep thrown in for free.

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