You probably know Evel Knievel as a stuntman; a daredevil; a crazy motorcycle performer who wore brightly colored jumpsuits and broke virtually every bone in his body. But did you also know that he owned a 1984 Aston Martin Lagonda with an 8.2-liter Chevy V8 and a tow-behind coffin trailer that he slept in?
Tyrese, who is famous for many things that you totally know off the top of your head, owns a Sprinter van with Rolls Royce badges on it. And now it's for sale. On Instagram. A well known car sales site.
"One day, mom, I'm gonna get you that car you've always dreamed about." Plenty of us have said something like that, but top NFL draft prospect Teddy Bridgewater just made good on a promise he made when he was 9 years old.
Long unappreciated in the Prancing Horse world, the Ferrari Dino 246 GT is finally gaining the love and attention it deserves from critics and collectors alike. And now, some lucky collector has the chance to own a very special Dino — and it's one that screams "start me up!"
Vice President Joe Biden may not be the Commander-in-Chief, but he's definitely America's Horsepower-Loving-Gearhead-in-Chief. (Is that a thing? It should be if it isn't.) And now you have the chance to own what may be one of his cars.
Celebrities: They're just like us! They even try to talk their way out of speeding tickets, same as we do. Ask Elon Musk and Johnny Depp about the time that happened to them in a Tesla Model S.
Celebrity cars carry a certain cachet, with the exception of course of the Chevrolet Celebrity. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mercedes is said to have had none other than Tom Cruise's ass in its driver's seat, and do you think that will make its price worth celebrating?
The Daytona 24 Hours, now known as the Rolex 24 at Daytona because sponsorship, is the premier event of the American GT-racing season. You would think it attracts some of the best drivers in the world, and it does. But for some reason it also attracts some of most unusual drivers in racing.
Justin Bieber was pulled over and arrested for numerous offenses earlier today in a rented Lamborghini Gallardo that included DUI and resisting arrest. He's 19 years old and he had a suspended license. So how the hell did he get in the car in the first place? Welcome to the world of high priced exotic rentals.
In 1987, Michael Jackson and the Ferrari Testarossa were at the tops of their respective games. What if you could own a Testarossa driven by the King of Pop himself? Your life would become an unparalleled fantasy of 1980s awesomeness, that's what.
BMW wants to make a big splash with the i3 in the environmental circles dominated by the Toyota Prius and Tesla Model S. But anyone can buy one of those now, so BMW is appparently placing i3s in the hands of celebrities. Like Anne Hathaway, who's been seen in one recently. Does that make you want to order one now?
Simon Cowell may be best known for being mean on American Idol and now The X Factor, but he's also into cars. Big and powerful cars, like a Bugatti Veyron or a Rolls-Royce. But it turns out all of the talk of downsizing and moving to four-cylinder engines has caught up to him and he's choosing to drive around Beverly…
In a development that seems timely in light of the federal government shutdown, you can now own a car that belonged to a politician who was never a fan of the federal government: the 1979 Chevrolet Chevette owned by former Texas Congressman and ex-presidential candidate Ron Paul.
Listen here, Gwyneth Paltrow. Being Gwyneth Paltrow doesn't make you invincible or above the law. It doesn't mean you can cut off a moving school bus with your Vespa, especially when your kid is riding passenger behind you.
I love that scene in the 1989 Batman movie where the eponymous hero runs out of the museum and we see his car for the first time. It looks violent, mean, and downright terrifying, even if probably scrapes on speed bumps. Now you can own your own, as one seller in a Houston suburb has a "Batcar" for sale.
You never hear about Paris Hilton anymore. What's she up to? Putting nice dents in a friend's Ferrari F430 in Ibiza, apparently.
If you watch the awesome AMC original series Breaking Bad you know that the last episodes launch this Sunday, and that cars are as much a part of the series as the actors. Finding such perfect cars takes not only the business acumen of a car dealer, but the eyes of a casting director. Dennis Milliken is that guy.
Who would you want to sign your new Audi RS6? Walter Rohrl? Michelle Mouton? Screw that. I want Gwyneth Paltrow.