Elvis Presley's Jet and Pamela Anderson's Trailer Up Come Under the Hammer
The suspicious minds can find it on December 19 and 20 among the usual vintage cars and a few celebrity vehicles such as Wayne Newton's 1982 Mercedes-Benz and 2001 Jaguar XK8 Convertible.
Wise men say it's always good to appreciate original masterpieces so, only fools will rush to criticize an airplane that has never been restored and that has original external painting and detailing, as well as original interior. Oh yes, you heard it correctly: that's exactly how the rock'n'roll star's Jet appears on the stage.
Now it's one for the money, two for the original show... you have to know it's the one and only airplane that belonged to Elvis still in private hands (the other two are in the Graceland Museum) and is estimated to sell between $700,000 to $2 million (engines not included). So, go, cat go...
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