Buick Grand National $33K Comedian David Spade, SNL cast member legend has made us laugh in movies too, yet skits like the Church Lady are indelibly entertaining. It seems completely reasonable that the funny man would choose to hang on to his 1987 Buick Grand National in beat-up condition. In fact, he and Jay Leno took a drive in Spade’s well-worn car, appreciating its finer qualities, though Spade did admit the car has a “troublemaker” vibe to it.
He restored it to its mint condition, spending $9,000 on the work. One happy car collector will be the proud owner of this comedic icon’s former ride. The Buick is personally signed by David Spade, all-inclusive of the $33,000 asking price. Spade began purchasing old cars after his role in Joe Dirt sparked an interest in the hobby. The Buick was his first buy.
Audi R8 $250K Superstar Justin Bieber loves to drive fast and customize his rides. He dumped $150,000 styling out this Audi R8 to his perfection. Meow! The car really scoots, hitting 60 mph in approximately four seconds. Cruising the streets of L.A. or Miami, Bieber’s known to drag race. Hip-hop singer Everlast once detailed an encounter with the Bieb at a red light for The Joe Rogan Experience host. They raced off when it turned green. Sadly, Bieber no longer has the leopard-print Audi and went black. He does have a wide variety of luxury and exotic cars, however.
In the Italian wing, he owns a Lamborghini Gallardo, a Lamborghini Aventador, a Ferrari 458 Italia, and Ferrari 430. On the German side, he has a Mercedes-Benz Maybach S600, and a Porsche 997 Turbo. The Danish electric-hybrid eco-friendly supercar shows he cares about global warming. And, finally, his American wing includes a Cadillac CTS V Coupe, in matte black, also known as his “Bat Mobile.”
Ford Bronco $11K Colin Farrell does not seem to value cars for anything but their practical purposes. He’s picked up this useful 1996 Ford Bronco for about $11,000. Colin Farrell is an Irish actor known for his role in Miami Vice and Minority Report. The bad boy actor did admit to liking a little MGB Roadster that he also owns. It’s a vintage model, a little convertible, and he says he drives it around Dublin once in a while. More recently, Farrell has starred in Horrible Bosses and Total Recall.
He was Percival Graves in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The actor supports charities like the Special Olympics. He was the spokesman for the 2007 games in China. He raises awareness for LGBT rights, anti-bullying, and Homelessness and supports organizations Stand Up! and BeLonG.
Chevrolet Impala $250K The Chevy Impala is a classic American muscle car that became somewhat of a cultural icon. For example, television show CW’s Supernatural featured an old, black 2-door 1967 Chevy Impala. The car, called “Baby,” mirrored the popularity of the TV show’s star characters. Meanwhile, collecting American muscle caught on as people like David Spade were drawn to the hobby. Chicago Bears wide receiver Devin Hester caught the restoration bug too.
His 1972 Impala, fully restored, it cost him $250,000 to make it into a classic car masterpiece. Inside it has Porsche imported leather, handmade dash, doors and console, custom everything. On the outside, it’s custom red pearl candy paint with a custom convertible top and grill. The NFL great absolutely adores it.
Rolls Royce Phantom $500K As a wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Antonio Brown ran yards, lots of yards. At Oakland, the Raiders made the ostentatious player the highest-paid receiver in the league. His Stealer pride, demonstrated by this customized Rolls Royce Phantom Steelers-mobile, will have to be re-customized. Change out that gold race stripe for silver on that $500,000 ride. Instead, Brown showed up to Raiders camp in Napa on day-one in a hot-air balloon.
He could have arrived in his vintage 1931 Rolls Royce. Traditionally, he had ceremoniously pulled up to Stealer camp in his matching luxury vessel. When he landed in the hot-air balloon, he proclaimed, “Raider Nation, I’m here, Napa. It’s time to get to work baby. Float like a butterfly, sting like AB.”