Kevin Hart posted a photo to his Facebook page of himself standing next to a Chevy Suburban and a private jet. His caption read, "I'm small but I do BIG SHIT "Pause" wheels up bitttccchheess "work hard so you can play harder" #BOSS". He might "do big shit" but he's not balling as hard as P.Diddy when it comes to his rides and his private planes that's for sure!
Shout out to zico for the tip!
Rob Dyrdek is a professional skateboarder who has now turned into an uber-entrepreneur with multiple TV-shows, a skateboard company, a cartoon series, a toy line, a restaurant and probably a whole lot more that I don't know about. But forget about that for a second and lets talk about one of his cars. When you have whole warehouse for an office which I'm assuming has plenty of room for a decent little car collection so I'm surprised to see him selling his 1969 Camaro.
Here is a video of it being delivered to Rob at the Fantasy Factory. (his office)
At first glance it's no surprise this 1969 El Camino with teal accents was designed by Diamond Supply Co. owner, Nicky Diamonds. From the photos below you can see that Nicky actually gave the car to an employee at Zumiez as a gift (talk about a sweet gift) and the car was just recently up for sale on eBay with a starting bid of $24,995. It's too bad Nicky doesn't own it anymore but at least he has an amazing Ferrari 458 Italia now. While this is certainly a sweet El Camino, I'd much rather be rolling around in the Ferrari!
Shout out to Jonathan for the tip!
Son of NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt Sr and now driving the No. 88 Chevrolet in the Sprint Cup Series, Dale Earnhardt Jr is pictured here with his beloved Camaro.
I love to see the NASCAR boys driving old school muscle.
Whilst this machine keeps its old school looks on the outside, it's clear from the massive drilled discs and custom wheels there's more modern wizardry underneath.
Yes that's right, creator of Tuned on /Drive has leased himself of Chevrolet Volt. I can only assume this means he's added another car to his Los Angeles based automotive arsenal but who knows, perhaps he's retired his Corvette or Ford Raptor but I personally doubt that. In a comment on Instagram, I couldn't help but laugh when I read a comment from Matt that said, 'Yeah, if I had enough money I'd be rocking a model S." Now Matt, I don't think I need to break this down but you can probably afford a Tesla Model S.
Ford Raptor = $40K
Your Vette = $10-$20K (I don't know much about your Vette but I have to imagine it's worth at least 10K)
BMW X5 M = $55K-$60K
Aston Martin = $20K+ (Again, I don't know much about it but I would assume there is someone willing to pay something for it )