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  • Michael Jackson at 60, and his unusual car collection

       (Overall rating from this review)
    Michael certainly had a diverse vehicle collection but some of which matched his unique personality
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    As tribute to the King of Pop - Michael Jackson, Steve has a look through some of his more unusual cars on his 60th birthday.

    1990 rolls Royce limousine

    As one would expect limousines are part and parcel of a celebrity life style and Michael had more than one Rolls Royce limo.


    1988 GMC Jimmy High Sierra Fire Truck

    One of the oddities within the collection was a fire truck, painted with Neverland Fire Dept sign writing. However it isn’t quite clear why Michael owned this.


    1909 Detamble replica

    Another unusual purchase by Michael was this Detamble replica, especially when he could have afforded a genuine example.


    1997 Neoplan Touring Bus

    Naturally no pop star is without a tour bus and Michael was no exception. This bus featured cream leather interior, as well as a bathroom made from gold, granite and obviously porcelain. 


    1988 Lincoln Town Car limousine

    And here’s another one of Michaels limos. The Lincoln Town car was popular with musicians and even Elvis had one.


    1993 Ford Ecoline Day Van

    The day van was a very popular vehicle in America, and like a lot of Americans Michael owned one. His Ecoline was fitted with Televisions and games consoles.


    2001 Harley Davidson Police Motorcycle

    It wasn’t just cars Michael had in his collection, as he also owned this Police spec Harley Davidson. But I have to admit that it’s a good match for the GMC Fire Truck.


    1954 Cadillac Fleetwood

     Another American icon, and a must have in any car collection is a Cadillac. This car comes from a great time in American car design and this particular car was featured in the filming of Driving Miss Daisy.


    1988 GMC Jimmy personality

    One of the least luxurious vehicles in Michael’s fleet, but non the less practical.


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