Have you ever wanted to own a piece of rock and roll history? Here's your chance.
Elvis Presley's custom-built 1962 Lockheed Jetstar is headed to the auction block. The plane has been privately owned for the last 35 years, and the interior is completely original.
According to the listing on liveauctionneer.com, every detail inside the plane was hand-selected by Elvis. The intricate wood inlays, shag carpet and red velvet seats transport you all the way back to the 60s. It's easy to imagine the King of Rock and Roll lounging inside during his day off the road.
Aside from having a famous owner, this plane is also only one of 204 aircrafts created in a partnership from Lockheed and Jetstar. Plus, it's the only plane owned by Elvis that hasn't made its way to the Presley Museum in Memphis.
But don't plan on flying across the country in this thing. The plane has no engines, and the cockpit would need some restoring to get it back into shape. But it would be a great pet project for someone willing to put in the time and money.
You can find out more about the plane here.