Legendary Rockstar Cars You Wish Were Yours

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If you’re going to live life in the fast lane, you might as well do it in style right? Besides, when you’re worth millions of dollars, a luxury car is next to nothing and won’t even make a dent in your bank account. And that’s pretty much how it is with rockstars – some of them even have over-the-top custom rides that it borders on ridiculous.

There are those on this list though whose cars are no longer theirs e.g. they already sold it or donated it to charity. And if you’re a car enthusiast or you just like all things fancy, prepare to drool.

Elton John

via Bonhams

This is a 1959 Bentley Continental S1 which he bought at the height of his career.

Miles Davis

via Rock Stars Cars/Red Planet

After totalling his Lamborghini Miura, he bought another one like it’s no big deal.

Neil Young

via Jay Blakesberg

Meet Neil Young’s 1953 Buick Skylark – just one of the many vintage cars in his garage. He also has a 1941 Plymouth Series 28 Windsor Highlander and a 1948 Buick Roadmaster Hearse.

Tom Petty

via Rock Stars Cars/Red Planet

He bought this Jaguar XJS after asking his wife what her favorite car was. And because he’s Tom Petty, it was delivered the next day after he placed an order.

George Harrison

via Ultimate Guitar

His 1980 Porsche 928 was auctioned early last year and sold for $55,780. He also reportedly owned as much as 100 cars!

Janis Joplin

via Janis Fabby Joplin Dickinson/YouTube

Perhaps one of the most well-known hot rods is Janis’ Porsche 356 – it was an all-white when she bought it but of course she had to add some psychedelic flair to it. It sold for $1.76 million at an auction.

Bill Wyman

via MotorAuthority

This Citroën SM somehow suits this rocker perfectly.

Bruce Springsteen

via LiveAuctioneers

The Boss’ memento from the success of his “Born to Run” album is this sleek 1960 Chevrolet Corvette.

Rod Stewart

via John Newlin

Just casually grabbing a Starbucks latte in his Enzo Ferrari.

Keith Moon

via Classic Driver Magazine

He lent his Ferrari Dino 246 to a couple of kids and they ended up crashing it.

Steven Tyler

via AutoEvolution

Steven Tyler bought the Hennessy Venom GT Spyder for $1.1million and parted with it five years later when it was auctioned off for $800,000.