Last month when bored, we decided to determine the cars some random celebrities drive. This month, we're bored again and wondering what cars these 21 dead celebrities would drive if they were alive today.
The classic seductress would drive an Aston Martin DB9 Volante - perfectly matching her sexy voluptuous curves and her love for convertibles.
We could only see Ol' Blue Eyes driving one thing and that's the Bloodhound SSC hybrid rocket car so he could attempt to fly himself to the moon while attempting to go 1000 mph.
What would the man that played THE godfather in the popular Godfather movies drive if he were alive today? It would have to be the absolutely gangster Chrysler 300C SRT8, nothing more and nothing less.
After inspiring legions of rat rod fans throughout the years, we only thought it right to match the sexy Bettie Page with a rat rod. We think the contrast would be just right.
Yes, we know Ray Charles was blind. We included him anyhow and if he were alive today, we think he'd fully enjoy using his remaining four senses in the back of a Maybach Landaulet luxury sedan. Who says the blind can't enjoy driving?
His most famous role was played as the Joker in the hit 60's TV series Batman. Cesar Romero's grin was not as menacing as Heath Ledger's interpretation in The Dark Knight, but it was more of the silly, non-sensible type, which makes us think that if he were alive today, he'd be driving the goofy-looking new MazdaSpeed3
The classy Audrey Hepburn was always in love with the Mercedes SL, especially ones painted in white and red. If she were alive today, we could see the sexy vixen driving this white with red interior Mercedes McLaren SLR
wearing nothing but gloves and pearls.
The feisty red headed actress from the hit show, I Love Lucy, would absolutely have to drive a feisty red headed car, so what better than a Ferrari Testarossa for the lovely Lucille Ball.
Louis Armstrong was THE American jazz trumpeter, making all sorts of beautiful sounds throughout his career. It only seems fitting that he would drive an equally beautiful trumpeter, the Ferrari F430 Scuderia.