"Chamberlain loved cars, and he was known for cruising around in his Cadillac convertible or a custom-made lavender Bentley he’d imported from England. What Chamberlain craved, though, was speed. The only hitch was that he couldn’t fit his giant frame into any of the sports cars on the market; he allegedly had to take the seat out of his Lamborghini Countach and replace it with a padded mat just so he could fit behind the wheel.
Most people would just resign themselves to driving some big boxy ride with plenty of legroom in this situation. This was Chamberlain, though, and his solution to this conundrum was characteristically over-the-top: he designed and built a fully custom Le Mans-style racecar. The yellow ride, called Searcher One, was built for Chamberlain in 1996 at a reported cost of $750,000. "