Highlands Park and Zimbabwe International Striker Tendai Ndoro is known for his love for the good things in life. “Fire7” as Ndoro is nicknamed by his legion of fans definitely stocked up the flames by pimping and customizing his ride, a Jeep SRT8 priced at around R1.1Million with a full body makeover.
The car has Street & Racing Technology (commonly called SRT) is a high-performance automobile group within Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. The Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT is a potent combination of horsepower, technology, and refinement.
Ndoro on his Instagram commented, “There are some things we do in life that makes our hearts go tig tig and thank you @innov8_performance at the great work you did.”
This was in reference to the body makeover his “beast” of a car had gone through local automobile performance dealer.
The transfiguration involved the car going from plain silver to matte wasabi green with the brake callipers also getting a green gloss while the previously chrome rims painted gloss black.
Ndoro came to South Africa from then Zimbabwe Premier League Champions Chicken Inn as a firebrand striker with a huge knack for scoring goals.
In South Africa, Ndoro who enjoys a on and off flirtation with The Zimbabwe Senior Men side has turned out for Mpumalanga Black Aces, Soweto giants Orlando Pirates.
He also had a brief stint with Saudi Arabian club Al Faisaly FC and currently turns out for Highlands Park who agonisingly came to their first silverware in the MTN8 Cup.
His performances in front of goal are on the wane when compared to his glossy lifestyle outside the field of play.
By Gerald Dandah