Work in Sports
'It's here to make money'
Limo rented by Lewis for Super Bowl party back on road
Posted: Monday February 14, 2000 08:03 PM
LINTHICUM, Md. (AP) -- A bullet-scarred limousine that sped away from the scene of a fatal Super Bowl party brawl is now as much of a celebrity as the football star who was riding in it.
Tony Toskov, co-owner of All-Stretched Out Limo Service, said he has received more than 40 requests for the Lincoln Navigator stretch limo.
Toskov, who called the Navigator "a conversation piece," said a woman specifically requested the Navigator for a Valentine's Day evening outing with her husband.
"It's here to make money, so it's going out on the road," Toskov said.
The black limo with silver trim, which can seat a dozen people, no longer has blood stains on the light-colored interior but still has three bullet holes on the front passenger side.
While he does not plan to leave the bullet holes as a selling point, Toskov said they will remain "if it benefits Ray's case."
"I don't think he's guilty," Toskov said.