Celebrities, in general, have a unique taste in cars. However, the following celebrities have topped the list when it comes to owning not only the hottest looking cars, but also the most powerful and rare.
Hail to the king of automotive enthusiasts! Although he constantly tries to mask his coolness with his full denim attire, there is no doubt that this guy has the coolest of cars money can buy (or restore for that matter).
In addition to running a very successful clothing company, this man of many tastes still finds the time to collect the coolest muscle cars and even cruise around in them. He even sends some of his cars to foreign countries for display.
Before his sad demise, and even beyond the fact that his work on the Fast and the Furious franchise established him as an enthusiast, Paul was an avid car collector with more than 30 cars. He will always be remembered for his role in bringing back the automotive culture to a new generation.
Beyond having every important engine ever made by Chevy, his unique collection also includes other models. However, it is clear where Mr. October’s passion lies.
Billy F. Gibbons
This custom muscle car enthusiast has appeared in magazines and has even written a book about his obsession with cars.
These celebrities just can't let themselves be separated from their muscle cars; can you?
Initially, Barb wasn’t thrilled with the Blue Oval truck. She was still hooked on the “bedded” Chevy toys that she had relied on over the years. But that sleek, black 1968 Ranchy soon became her main car, and she quickly realized that this Ford was one sweet ride. To Chuck, that car not only symbolized the love that he developed at a young age for American muscle cars but also the beginning of the first stable family life he had ever known. When his stepdad passed away only a decade later, the Ranchero in the driveway was a constant reminder of the man’s strong presence and the positive influence he had on their lives.
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Either Marylanders have a lax definition of what constitutes a hybrid or, as we suspect, this Dodge Challenger driver just doesn't care. He or she wedged the muscle car between a Toyota Prius and Honda Accord hybrid in a clearly marked “Hybrid” parking spot.
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