One of Elvis Presley’s private jets is hitting the auction block.

The King of Rock and Roll bought the airplane again on Dec. 22, 1976, for $840,000, according to Mecum Auctions.

Whoever bids the very best may even get a duplicate of the plane safety settlement signed by Presley and a duplicate of the plane invoice of sale documentation.

Features embrace a red exterior with silver accents, plus customized inside upholstery with red velvet and gold end {hardware}.

There is an onboard Kenmore microwave, a tv with a VCR participant and a cassette participant.

Other options embrace wooden cabin paneling and window shades.

The airplane can accommodate up to 9 passengers.

Elvis Presley purchased the jet back in 1976 for $840,000/
Elvis Presley bought the jet again in 1976 for $840,000.
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The cockpit.
The cockpit.
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The aircraft can accommodate up to six passengers.
The plane can accommodate up to 6 passengers.
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The vintage television.
The classic tv.
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There are six passenger chairs that comes with swivel and recline performance. It additionally comes with an onboard bathroom with an arrogance.

For delivery, the auction website notes that the aircrafts would require disassembly.

“For a long time, Lockheed’s JetStar was the chief jet of selection for numerous A-listers, acknowledged dignitaries and star-studded celebrities,” the itemizing explains.

The Kenmore microwave.
The Kenmore microwave.
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The cassette and music station.
The cassette and music station.
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The lavatory with a red velvet covered toilet.
The bathroom with a red velvet-covered rest room.
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Six chairs come with a swivel and recliner option.
Six chairs include a swivel and recliner choice.
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The airplane is considered one of a number of private jets that had been owned by Presley, with two presently on show at Graceland. It is considered one of 202 JetStar airplanes produced by the aerospace, arms, protection, data safety and expertise company Lockheed Martin.

Months earlier than Presley’s dying, he offered the jet. It later ended up with a Saudi Arabian firm.

“The JetStar was then moved to Roswell International Air Center (ROW) in Roswell, New Mexico, the place it’s been saved for a long time and resides to this present day,” the auction itemizing provides.

“While the P&W engines and plenty of cockpit parts have been eliminated and no engines or substitute components can be included with the sale of Elvis’ jet, it serves as an unbelievable restoration alternative and an opportunity to create a novel Elvis exhibit for all of the world to take pleasure in.”

The auction is ready to position on Jan. 8, 2023.

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