Mark Wright goes for a spin in enormous £41k American pick-up truck after lunch with Arg in Essex

Mark Wright goes for a spin in enormous £41k American pick-up truck after lunch with Arg in Essex

MARK Wright went for a spin in an enormous £40,700 American pick-up truck after lunch with Arg in Essex.

The former Towie star, 33, collected a takeaway after work but decided to do it in style: by riding his new Chevrolet 3100 pick-up truck.

Mark turned up to the Chigwell, Essex, hotspot wearing a black T-shirt with a long chain necklace in the car, which can go for around £40,700.

The star said on his Instagram Story: "Just finished work – starving, didn't want to get dressed up to come to this new takeaway at Sheesh – here it comes.

"My grub over the counter, its like being in America. Little takeaway Sheesh but you can eat it here, out here, lovely."

He later filmed his two fancy burgers, saying: "And when you can't decide on the lamb or the wagyu burger, you just get both."

Sheesh owner and the co-owner Colin Hunt filmed Mark leaving the car park in the impressive car.

As Mark moved past Colin, he said: "Love the truck Mark – a new one?"

The star replied: "A new one brother – do you like it? Suits me perfectly! See ya later."

This came after he enjoyed a lunch with his best mate James Argent, 32.

Earlier in the month, The Sun revealed Mark could be returning to America to try and make it there with a new show.

The Heart FM DJ has been tapped by telly bosses to film a pilot that will air across the pond.

Mark previously spent two years living in Los Angeles while he was a roving reporter on US show Extra but is now hoping a new programme will give him his big break.

He filmed the pilot last month and his team hope it will lead to bigger and ­better opportunities in America, after he proved a hit with audiences there.

And his wife Michelle Keegan will even consider relocating to the States if things really take off.

An insider said: “Mark is a natural in front of the camera and the American audience loved his cheeky persona and his Essex accent.

“He was chosen to front a new pilot by a TV ­network in the US who are keen to see if they can get him back on screen.

“Obviously the dream would be to become as big as his pal James Corden, who landed his own chat show out there on CBS.”

Mark returned from Los Angeles two years ago after admitting he had struggled with living apart from Michelle.

The pair barely saw one another during Mark’s stint abroad as Michelle was also filming overseas for BBC1’s Our Girl.

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