Incredible Vehicles Owned By WWE Stars (And Their Whopping Price Tag!)

The vast majority of WWE stars live celebrity lifestyles, complete with spectacular car collections. Some wrestlers tend to go for flashy cars that reflect their extravagant personas, while others pick classy Rolls Royces or subtle SUVs for the daily commute. Take a look at the craziest, most expensive vehicles owned by professional wrestlers.

Lamborghini Huracan- Triple H

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WWE superstars are known for living extravagant lifestyles outside of the ring. Paul Michael Levesque, better known as Triple H, is no exception. A powerful Lamborghini Huracan is only a small part of the 14-time WWE world champion’s car collection.

The Huracan debuted back in 2014 as a successor of the Gallardo. The V10-powered supercar shares its platform and powerplant with the latest Audi R8. Its rear-mounted motor produces anywhere between 580 and 640 horsepower, depending on the variant. Prices start at around $215,000 for the base model.

Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye- Hulk Hogan

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The crazy Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye is the latest addition to the crazy automobile collection of Hulk Hogan. The retired WWE star has great taste when it comes to cars. He’s the owner of a Dodge Ram Daytona and two Toyota Supras, to name a few.

The Charger Redeye may not be the most expensive car on this list. In fact, pricing starts at less than $80,000. However, this souped-up sedan is likely the craziest vehicle in its price range! It can sprint to 60mph in 3.5 seconds, while the top speed is a little over 200mph.

Bentley Continental GT- Vince McMahon

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Die-hard WWE fans are certainly familiar with Vince McMahon, even though he does not appear in the ring anymore. McMahon is the CEO of WWE, having taken over the company back in the early 80s. It should come as no surprise that he’s the owner of an astonishing car collection.

McMahon has picked the upscale Bentley Continental GT as his daily driver. Bentley’s flagship grand tourer would set you back at least $250,000 for the base model.

Plymouth Superbird- John Cena

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Apart from being one of the most famous wrestlers on the planet, John Cena is also known for his impressive automobile collection. His garage is packed with some of the finest vehicles in existence, including a 1970 Plymouth Superbird.

The Superbird needs no introduction. This souped-up muscle car was based on a regular Plymouth Roadrunner. The vehicle was developed to race in NASCAR, that’s why the automaker added an aerodynamic front nose as well as a massive rear wing to improve stability at high speeds. Less than 3,000 examples were built in total!

Lamborghini Aventador- Jeff Hardy

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Jeff Hardy has obtained nearly 30 championship titles throughout his career. Hardy is also yet another WWE star that has an impressive car collection. A V12-powered Lamborghini Aventador is one of the best automobiles owned by the world-famous wrestler.

Lamborghini unveiled the Aventador back in 2011. The extravagant supercar replaced the Murcielago as the automaker’s flagship V12 vehicle. The base LP700-4 variant generates a whopping 690 horsepower from its 6.5L engine, mounted behind the driver. Pricing starts at slightly above $400,000 for the base model.

Rolls Royce Phantom- Alberto Del Rio

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Alberto Del Rio was one of the most extravagant wrestlers in WWE. His impressive wrestling career even includes a WWE Champion title obtained by Del Rio in 2011. Some fans may remember this vehicle. Back in 2011, Del Rio entered the arena in his shiny Rolls Royce Phantom.

The MSRP for Rolls Royce’s flagship sedan started at a whopping $450,000 for the base model, though the price tag could easily double with optional features. The mighty seventh-generation Phantom was replaced by its successor in 2017.

Dodge Challenger SRT Demon- Hulk Hogan

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There is no doubt that Dodge is capable of creating jaw-dropping vehicles, and the crazy Challenger SRT Demon is a prime example. This souped-up version of the American automaker’s flagship muscle car has made its way to the collection of Hulk Hogan.

At the time of its release back in 2017, the Challenger Demon was the fastest production car on the planet. The car’s supercharged V8 motor is rated at 840 horsepower! It can shoot up to 60mph in just 2.3 seconds. A stock Challenger Demon has a 1/4 mile time of just 9.65 seconds. Pricing starts at around $85 000.

Pagani Huayra- The Rock

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Dwayne The Rock Johnson is perhaps the most famous WWE wrestler in the history of the sport. The retired wrestler has become an actor, making appearances in movies such as the Fast and Furious franchise. Naturally, The Rock has a stunning automobile collection to match his celebrity status. His net worth is estimated to be an astounding $400 million.

One of the best cars in The Rock’s collection has got to be his $1.3 million Pagani Huayra. This eccentric supercar is powered by a V12 sourced from Mercedes-Benz.

Toyota Supra- Hulk Hogan

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While Hulk Hogan clearly has a soft spot when it comes to American vehicles, his impressive collection includes legendary JDM cars too. The 67-year old has a turbocharged fourth-gen Toyota Supra. Two of them, in fact.

The turbocharged version of the Mk4 Supra makes 320 horsepower from its 2JZ 3.0L motor, which is 100 horses more than the naturally aspirated variant. The Supra has become highly sought-after by wealthy JDM enthusiasts. Buyers should expect to pay at least $40,000 for a unit in decent condition.

Shelby Cobra- Bill Goldberg

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Bill Goldberg has made sure to stand out against the crowd with his car collection. One of the coolest vehicles in the garage of this famous WWE wrestler is a Shelby Cobra. Although it is a high quality replica and not an original Cobra, the roadster is arguably just as cool.

Goldberg is the lucky owner of a 1965 Shelby Cobra. The replica of one of the greatest vehicles ever made by Carroll Shelby is powered by an enormous NASCAR engine. What’s more, the replica was assembled by the brother of Bill Goldberg.

Ferrari LaFerrari- The Rock

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The previously mentioned Pagani Huayra is far from the only Italian supercar in The Rock’s collection. In fact, Dwayne Johnson happens to be the owner of one of the most sought-after modern Ferraris on the planet.

When the LaFerrari first hit the market for around $1,500,000, the Italian automaker introduced a strict policy that limited who would be able to become the lucky owner of one. Production was limited to just 500 units worldwide, all of which sold out shortly after the debut of this spectacular hypercar. A used example would set you back at least $3 million.

Chevrolet Corvette ZR1- John Cena

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John Cena’s love for American cars is reflected in his crazy automobile collection. A sixth-generation Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 is one of the newer cars owned by the WWE superstar. While it may not be as expensive as The Rock’s Pagani or LaFerrari, the ZR1 Corvette continues to be a perfect pick in its price range. Even a decade after its debut.

GM began selling the ultimate roadgoing C6 Corvette in 2009. The vehicle packs a 638-horsepower supercharged V8 motor beneath the fiberglass hood, capable of sending the car up to 205 miles per hour. Chevrolet only built around 4,600 units in total.

Jeep Wrangler- Kaitlyn

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Many WWE fans will remember Kaitlyn mainly because of her Divas Championship title from early 2013. Though she no longer appears in WWE tournaments, Celeste Beryl Bonin remains a well-known name in the world of wrestling. The former champion also happens to own a customized Jeep Wrangler.

The history of the Wrangler dates back to the mid-80s, though the latest generation is on the market since the 2018 model year. The base Wrangler may only start at around $30,000, but its price tag can easily double once all of the aftermarket modifications are added.

Ford GT- John Cena

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Ford brought back the iconic GT for the 2017 model year, following a decade-long absence on the market. This stylish supercar debuted on the 50th anniversary of the Ford GT40 victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race. Ford only built 1,000 examples of this tribute to the original GT. John Cena sold his unit shortly after picking it up, sparking controversy in effect.

The latest Ford GT starts at around $450,000. Interestingly, Ford did not allow the lucky owners to sell their GTs for 24 months from the delivery date. Since John Cena broke the rule, the American automaker ended up suing the wrestler.

Dodge Viper- Hulk Hogan

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Before adding the Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye to his lineup, the Viper RT/10 was probably Hulk Hogan’s craziest Dodge. This V10-powered monstrosity was the ultimate Dodge money could buy back in the early 2000s.

A Dodge Viper RT/10 makes between 410 and 450 horsepower from its 8.0L V10 powerplant, depending on the variant. It is only available with a 6-speed manual transmission, and all of the power is delivered just to the rear wheels. The Viper RT/10 truly is a powerful driver’s car. Back when it was new, the RT/10 cost at least $50,000.

AMC AMX- John Cena

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It should be pretty apparent by now that John Cena loves American cars. A 1970 AMC AMX is yet another classic American muscle car owned by the celebrity.

The AMX first appeared on the market in 1968 and was discontinued just two years later. Available engine options varied from a 4.8L V8 rated at 225 horsepower all the way up to a 6.4L big block that produces 325 horses. The AMX was a revolutionary vehicle. The American Society of Automotive Engineers named it the best-engineered car of the year for two years in a row.

Rolls Royce Wraith- The Rock

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Every famous celebrity needs a Rolls Royce in their extravagant car collection, and Dwayne The Rock Johnson is not an exception to the rule. The WWE star owns an upscale Rolls Royce Wraith.

The Wraith is a luxurious two-door grand tourer that first went on sale for the 2014 model year. It comes equipped with all sorts of lavish comfort and safety features, such as automatic soft-closing suicide doors. A brand new Rolls Royce Wraith starts at around $320,000 for the base model, though the price tag can quickly reach half a million dollars thanks to an array of extra options.

Mercury Cougar Eliminator- John Cena

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Mercury was an American automaker up until 2011 when Ford decided to shut down its subsidiary. Throughout its active years, however, the brand did sell some truly iconic vehicles. A Mercury Cougar Eliminator could very well be one of the most legendary ones of them all. Naturally, John Cena has one.

The Cougar first went on sale in 1967. It shared many of its parts, including the platform, with the original Ford Mustang. The Eliminator variant came powered by the Boss 302 cubic inch V8 rated at 290 horsepower. The souped-up Eliminator was discontinued in 1971, shortly after its initial debut.

Chevrolet Camaro SS- Ric Flair

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Ric Flair is one of the most iconic WWE wrestlers of the 1980s. Apart from being an icon of the sport, the former wrestler is known for having great taste in cars. One of the most interesting cars he’d owned was a custom 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS.

Sadly, Ric Flair is no longer the owner of this crazy 567-horsepower muscle car. In 2016, the Camaro appeared at an auction for around $25 000. It then popped up on the market once again in 2018.

Dodge Viper SRT-10 – John Cena

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Hulk Hogan isn’t the only WWE star that has had a Viper at some point throughout his career. John Cena used to own a third-gen Viper from 2006. Unlike Hogan’s unit, the one owned by Cena was not the souped-up RT/10 version. In fact, the RT/10 and GTS variants were dropped from the lineup in 2002 in favor of the all-new SRT-10.

The third-gen Viper, also known as the SRT-10, was crazier than any of its predecessors. Dodge no longer offered different versions, and instead only sold the crazy SRT-10 trim level. It can sprint to 60mph in only 3.8 seconds!

Ford F150 “Black Gorilla”- The Rock

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While the Pagani Huayra and Ferrari LaFerrari are nothing short of amazing vehicles, they are not exactly ideal daily drivers. That’s why Dwayne The Rock Johnson ordered a custom-made Ford F150 as his pick for the daily commute. The truck is modified to look nearly as intimidating as The Rock himself.

A blacked-out paint job complete with tinted windows and a powerful V8 under the hood perfectly matches The Rock. The Black Gorilla was eventually gifted to the wrestler’s uncle as a Christmas present.

Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 COPO- John Cena

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A rare variant of the first-gen Chevrolet Camaro may just be one of the most precious vehicles in John Cena’s muscle car collection. The first-ever ZL1 Camaro, also known as the Camaro COPO, saw a short production run limited to just 69 units in total.

The ZL1 Camaro was requested by Fred Gibb, who wanted a souped-up version of the car primarily for drag racing. Chevrolet threw a 427-cubic inch V8 beneath the hood and ended up creating the mightiest first-gen Camaro of all time. One unit was sold at a 2020 auction for more than a million dollars!

Hummer H2- Randy Orton

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Instead of going with a flashy supercar like many fellow WWE stars, Randy Orton has picked a Hummer H2 as his vehicle of choice. Don’t let the boxy body style fool you, his H2 is anything but subtle! In fact, Randy Orton has fitted his Hummer with enormous DUB wheels to keep the SUV flashy.

At the time of its debut, the base Hummer H2 would start at around $50,000. GM has revived the Hummer brand and introduced a fully electric GMC Hummer pickup truck. Perhaps Randy Orton will upgrade to the latest model one day.

InCENArator- John Cena

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The InCENArator is bound to drive many petrolheads crazy. Clearly, this vehicle was custom-made by Parker Bros Concepts for John Cena. You may be surprised to hear that the InCENArator actually started out as a Chevrolet Corvette C7 R.

Clearly, the InCENArator does not have much in common with its donor, at least in terms of design. The engine, however, is a stock 5.5L V8 rated at 491 horsepower. This crazy car could be spotted at the infamous Gumball 3000 rally back in 2013.

Lamborghini Murcielago- Dave Bautista

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Dave Bautista is an American actor who played in Guardians of The Galaxy and Spectre. Die-hard WWE fans still remember his successful wrestling career which began around two decades ago. The six-time world champion may have retired from wrestling, though he continues to live a celebrity lifestyle like many other WWE stars. It is no secret that superstars cannot go wrong with a flashy, V12-powered Lamborghini.

Lamborghini sold the Murcielago as the automaker’s flagship V12 supercar between 2001 and 2009, before replacing it with the Aventador. The Murcielago has gone down in history as one of the greatest Lamborghinis of the 21st century.

AMC Hornet SC/360- John Cena

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Many muscle cars became highly sought after by collectors, whilst others remained under the radar for quite some time. A prime example would be the AMC Hornet SC/360 owned by John Cena.

Back in the early 1970s, AMC introduced the Hornet SC/360 as a sensible alternative to the expensive muscle cars of the late 60s. The vehicle saw a short production run limited to just 784 units, making the Hornet SC/360 rare and sought-after by collectors today. It is estimated that as few as 125 examples remain today. One of them is currently offered at an online RM Sotheby’s auction. It’s expected to sell for at least $50,000.

Chevrolet Corvette Z06- Roman Reigns

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Roman Reigns is following in the footsteps of fellow WWE wrestlers by collecting some of the world’s finest automobiles. His garage is filled with all kinds of rare cars, including a Lamborghini Huracan similar to the one owned by Triple H, and a Range Rover. He is also the owner of a seventh-gen Chevrolet Corvette Z06.

A year after the debut of the regular C7 Corvette, GM unveiled its high-performance variant dubbed the Z06. The fiberglass sports car comes powered by a supercharged 6.2L V8 motor rated at 650 horsepower. In effect, the Z06 Corvette can reach 198 miles per hour!

Dodge Charger Daytona- John Cena

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The Plymouth Superbird clearly wasn’t enough for John Cena, as the famous wrestler added a Dodge Charger Daytona to his impressive muscle car collection.

Dodge Charger Daytona was born due to NASCAR regulations. Dodge created a high-performance race car based on the Charger muscle car purely to win NASCAR races. The vehicle received an aerodynamic front-end, as well as an enormous rear wing to improve stability on the track. Only 503 units were built. One of them was auctioned back in 2015 for a whopping $900,000.

McLaren 720S- Stone Cold Steve Austin

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It has got to be difficult to try and keep up with the insane automobile collections of John Cena or Dwayne The Rock Johnson. While the garage of Stone Cold Steve Austin may not include as many cars, the wrestler does have quite a few incredible vehicles. A McLaren 720s is just one of them.

The 720S debuted back in 2017 as McLaren’s second vehicle in the Super Series, following the 650S. It features a twin-turbocharged V8 powerplant rated at a whopping 710 horsepower. In terms of performance, the 720s could theoretically be classified as a hypercar, although its $300,000 price tag does situate it within the supercar category.

Ford Torino GT- John Cena

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A rare second-gen Torino GT simply had to be added to John Cena’s incredible muscle car lineup. The WWE star owns one of only around 1600 Torino GTs sold in 1971.

Ford replaced the Torino with the all-new second-gen for the 1970 model year. Despite the refreshed design, the spirit of the original Torino was successfully brought over to the successor. In its most powerful configuration, the Torino GT packs a 429-cubic inch V8 beneath the hood.

Dodge Ram SRT-10 – Hulk Hogan

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Naturally, a WWE star as extravagant as Hulk Hogan needs an equally crazy ride to match his persona. The Dodge Ram SRT-10 proved to be the perfect vehicle for the job. Afterall, Dodge’s super truck was the craziest pickup of the 2000s.

The Ram SRT-10 debuted in the mid-2000s as the ultimate high-performance pickup truck of all time. The aggressive truck came powered by a monstrous supercharged V10 powerplant, the same one that can be found in the Viper. The Ram SRT-10 was rated at a whopping 500 horsepower!

DeLorean- Sheamus

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Stephen Farrelly, better known as Sheamus, is a four-time WWE world champion. The wrestler may be Irish, though he clearly loves American cars. Instead of going with a well-known muscle car, Sheamus picked a classic Delorean DMC-12.

The Delorean rose to fame following an appearance in Back To The Future back in the 1980s. Sadly, the real-life sports car was nowhere near as cool as the blockbuster time machine we all fell in love with. In fact, it produced nearly 130 horses from its underpowered motor. No wonder the vehicle was quickly discontinued, following the bankruptcy of the American automaker.

Pontiac GTO Judge- John Cena

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A 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge may be one of the rarest muscle cars owned by John Cena. Back in the late 1960s, Pontiac had to think of a way to boost sales of their flagship muscle car. The optional Judge package was the answer. Pontiac believed so, at least.

Pontiac offered the Judge trim level up until 1971. During the three-year production run, the automaker only sold around 6 000 of them in total. The rarest version of the GTO is the Judge Convertible, fitted with the 455-cubic inch V8 under the hood.

Nissan GTR- Hulk Hogan

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Despite his love for Mopars and other American cars, Hulk Hogan clearly likes to keep his collection diverse. The retired wrestler added a Nissan GTR R35 to his lineup. Perhaps he was influenced by his son Nick Hogan, who owns a couple of legendary Japanese cars himself.

Nissan’s GTR R35 revolutionized the industry when it hit the market back in late 2007. The sleek sports car was capable of keeping up with exotic supercars while costing just a fraction of the price. It produces anywhere between 480 and 710 horsepower, depending on the version. The base model starts at around $110,000.

Buick GSX- John Cena

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When it comes to American muscle cars, it is essentially impossible to beat John Cena and his astonishing collection. The legendary Buick GSX is yet another iconic muscle car owned by the wrestler.

Buick created the GSX to cash in on the muscle car craze of the early 1970s. This muscle car is all about aggressive styling, as well as a powerful V8 under the hood. Its powerplant is officially rated at 350 horsepower, though owners found out that their cars were pushing out nearly 400 horses.

Dodge Charger SRT-8 Super Bee- Hulk Hogan

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A limited variant of the LX Dodge Charger is yet another Mopar in Hulk Hogan’s precious car collection. Prior to buying the Charger SRT Redeye, the Super Bee was probably the most powerful 4-door sedan in his garage.

Dodge introduced the Charger SRT-8 Super Bee for the 2007 model year as an homage to the legendary Super Bee Charger from the late 60s. It packs a supercharged 6.1L V8 motor rated at a whopping 425 horsepower, allowing the sedan to sprint to 60 miles per hour in less than 5 seconds.

Dodge Charger- John Cena

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An original first-generation Dodge Charger simply had to make its way to John Cena and his American muscle car collection. Naturally, his unit is not just any regular 1966 Charger. Instead, the famous wrestler opted for the most powerful version, which came powered by a 426-cubic inch Hemi V8 motor.

The 1966 Dodge Charger produces a whopping 426 horsepower from its enormous Hemi V8 motor. Out of the 37,000 units of the Charger sold in ’66, only 468 came with this rare engine option. Buyers should expect to pay at least $100 000 for a unit with matching numbers.

Monster Truck- Madusa

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Debrah Ann Miceli, better known as Madusa, has been a professional wrestler since the mid-80s. Apart from being a world-class WWE star, Madusa has also been actively competing in monster truck championships for over two decades. It should come as no surprise that her Madusa Monster Truck is one of her most expensive vehicles.

Her eye-catching Monster Truck is based on a 2004 Ford F-150. It’s powered by a gigantic 540ci Merlin big-block V8, mated with a 2-speed transmission. The 66″ tires enabled Medusa to perform all kinds of stunts during the shows, including backflips!

Chevrolet Camaro Z28- Stone Cold Steve Austin

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Stone Cold Steve Austin is a muscle car aficionado, as the majority of his fellow wrestlers. His 1974 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 was showcased on his Instagram profile, where he documented the car’s restoration to bring it back to its former glory. According to Steve himself, every car has a story and his Z28 Camaro is no exception.

1974 saw the first major redesign of the second-gen Camaro. The car received a brand new rear bumper to comply with the safety standards. The Z28 was the ultimate trim level of the car, powered by a 5.7L V8 rated at 245 horsepower.

Oldsmobile Cutlass Rallye 350- John Cena

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John Cena’s car collection is filled with cars that were nearly forgotten about. A souped-up Oldsmobile Cutlass from 1970 is certainly a prime example of a car that has remained under the radar for decades after its initial debut, only to skyrocket in value in the 21st century.

The Rallye 350 saw a very short production run limited to just 3547 units in total. Its 310-horsepower 350-cubic inch V8 motor allowed the muscle car to accelerate to 60 miles per hour in 7 seconds. It takes the Oldsmobile Cutlass Rallye 350 around 15 seconds to complete a quarter-mile sprint, clocking in at 94mph.