Elvis Presley’s jet, whose interior The King reportedly took part in designing himself, is for sale in New Mexico. And unsurprisingly, it’s the shag-carpeted, fuzzy dice-having, white wall tire-riding Cadillac of private jets, just like you though it would be.
When he was stationed in Germany during his time in the U.S. Army, the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll bought a rare BMW 507 roadster. After bringing the car to the states, it got lost in the shuffle and wasn’t rediscovered until 2006. Now, after decades of sun-fade and rust, the car has been restored back to its original…
The BMW 507 roadster owned by Elvis Presley while he was stationed in Germany has undergone heavy restoration just in time to make an appearance at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, and boy is it elegant.
The King of Rock and Roll had a thing for Cadillacs. Presley purchased this 1968 Topaz Gold Firemist Eldorado in December of '67 and made it is his daily driver for many years. When the car didn't work properly, Presley did what any rock star would do...he shot it.
Elvis Presley's "Graceland" estate in Memphis, Tennessee draws half a million tourists annually, and two things that draw Elvis fans to the site are his old planes, The Lisa Marie, and Hound Dog II. But now, the plane's owners are being told to remove the planes by next April.
Crawling around behind-the-curtains at The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, one of the first cars I noticed was a bright yellow De Tomaso Pantera. But this wasn't any Italo-American exotic. It was Elvis Presley's Pantera and it has the bullet holes from The King's revolver to prove it. Here's how they got…
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.