Elvis Presley’s private jet from 1962 for sale – the untouched interior is just fantastic

Elvis Presley owned his own aircraft but it was abandoned when he died in 1977. After spending 40 years in the desert, one person has now bought it, and the interior is truly remarkable.


No matter how good someone is when it comes to creating music and performing it, there will always be only one king.

Elvis Presley gave the world some of the best hits like Jailhouse Rock, In The Ghetto, Hound Dog and Love Me Tender, which are incredibly popular until this day and will likely be listened to and enjoyed by many future generations.

Besides being a rock legend, Elvis was known as someone with exquisite fashion style. He also had magic fingers when it came to interior design, and Graceland, his home, is the perfect proof of that.

Recently, the King’s privately-owned jet plane, which he purchased in 1962 and custom-designed it to suit him personally, has been sold. It only takes a glance inside of it to realize how good Elvis’ style was. The Lockheed Jetstar model was owned by Elvis for 35 years, but sadly, following his passing, it was abandoned on a road in Roswell, New Mexico, USA, and converted into a tourist attraction.

The plane was auctioned-off at a Florida auction and was sold for $260,000.

The interior consists of wooden panels, carpet and red velvet chairs. There is also a ‘high-tech’ TV and a small kitchen behind the main room with a microwave which probably isn’t working after all those years.

If you take a look at the bathroom, you’ll spot more more velvet and a luxurious sink.

We can surely imagine Elvis Presley using this plane which is a true representation of his sense of style.

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