A pickup truck was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated earlier this year.
The model features a large, airy bed with the logo of the Cleveland Cavaliers on it and sports a silver logo in a light blue.
It was created by the Cleveland-based design studio of Joe D’Antoni and his team.
The truck has a six-speed automatic transmission and a 4.2-liter V8 engine.
The company announced the truck in March 2016 and has since sold more than 15,000.
The vehicle was featured in the upcoming documentary, “Inside the Cavs,” which was released on the ESPN Originals network.
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A couple of celebrities have taken to Twitter to express their admiration for the design of the truck.
Here is LeBron James in his black Rolls Royce Phantom, which was recently featured on Sports Illustrated.
The Phantom was designed by British designer Andy Worsley and features a sleek, contemporary look.
Here he is in his Rolls Royces Phantom.
The designer has been featured in many of the sports car films, including “Drive” and “Drive Me to the River,” as well as the upcoming “Inside” series.
James is a member of the famed British Royal Family, who also own a number of luxury vehicles, including the Mercedes-Benz S550, BMW M3 and Aston Martin Vantage.
In June, the actor James was spotted driving a Rolls Roye Phantom.
He also was seen riding a McLaren P1 sports car during a road trip.
Here James is seen driving a McLaren sports car.
Actor James Dean was also spotted in a Rolls-Royce Phantom during a drive through Los Angeles.
A few months later, James and his brother Kevin took the Rolls- Royce to New York for the premiere of the new James Bond movie, “Spectre.”
Here, James, Kevin and Bond ride in the Rolls Royge Phantom.
Here, Kevin, James Dean and their brother Kevin drive a Rolls.
Kevin Dean, left, and James Dean ride the Rolls in “Spectres.”
Kevin and James are seen driving the Rolls.
James Dean, center, and his sister Katie are seen in a car driven by their brother James Dean.
James Dean’s Rolls Royse Phantom was featured prominently in “James Bond: A View to a Kill,” in which Bond drives his Rolls-Reeves to a shoot location in England.
James has also starred in many films, such as “Drive,” “Drive 2,” “Dr. Strangelove,” “The Big Chill,” “Skyfall,” “Spectrum” and more.
Here Dean and his Rolls are seen at the premiere for “Spectral.”
James Dean, right, and Katie Dean, of the “Spectra” films, are seen on the “Skydance” set in Los Angeles, California.
James was a huge star in the 1980s when he was seen driving his Rolls.
He starred in the 1984 film “Dracula Untold” and starred in numerous TV shows in the 1990s, including a run as James Bond in the popular “Spectrobes” television series.
Here James Dean is seen in the 1987 film “The Bourne Supremacy.”
Here Kevin Dean drives a Rolls in the “The X-Files” episode “The Road to Perdition.”
James Dean stars in the 1986 film “Tangled.”
The actor James Dean drives the Rolls on the set of “The Matrix.”
In the 1990 film “SkyFall,” James Dean plays James Bond’s ex-wife, Mary Harron, who is seen riding in a luxury Rolls Roy.
James and Dean appear in a scene from the 1990 movie “SkyDance.”
A Rolls-Vegas, the sports vehicle seen in “Sky Fall.”
At the time of the shoot, James was seen at a hotel in the British resort town of Ascot.
During the shoot for “Sky fall,” James, Kate and James’ former love, Kate, drove the Rolls to the hotel.
There is no known way to calculate the number of Rolls-Vsas sold by the company, which is based in London, England.
However, James said that his personal Rolls-van is estimated to be worth about $1.4 million.
Here, the Rolls Vans of James Dean in the ’80s and James in the new “Specter” film.
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While we don’t know for sure if the Rolls model was designed for James or Kate, the fact that it was featured at this time should give fans a good idea of what kind of cars