Have you ever been to Graceland? It’s some pretty wild shit. Elvis Presley’s mansion in Memphis, Tennessee is beautiful and historic, no doubt, but it’s also chock full of interior oddities befitting of a pretty weird dude. I’m mostly talking about the legendarily tacky Jungle Room, which is lined with green shagged carpets, plastic plants, carved wooden furniture and stray portraits of tigers.
But you can also tour Elvis’s old, custom-designed Lisa Marie Convair 880 private jet, which is every bit as tacky and ridiculous as you’d expect: The 28-seater boasts a swanky master bedroom, a bar, a conference room, suede sofas and gold-plated sinks. Unfortunately, you can’t buy this plane, but you can own another jet from Elvis’s fleet.
The rock and roll icon designed his 1962 Lockheed Jetstar, which he shared with his dad, Vernon, and made sure to deck it out with red velvet seats and red shag carpets. Those are just about the only bells and whistles, however. The aircraft has been sitting abandoned on a tarmac in New Mexico without engines for 35 years, so you’ll have to spend some coin restoring it for flight.
Still, it’s friggin’ Elvis Presley’s private plane, and it’s not like you can just buy one of those every day. The current bid is at $126,000, but Travel+Leisure says the jet is expected to go for as much as $3.5 million in an auction this Saturday. Be prepared to pony up.