Elvis Presley’s Untouched 1962 Jet Is Up For Sale, And The Interior Is Absolutely Incredible

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Elvis Presley was known not only for his music, but also for his stellar taste in food — hello, peanut butter, banana, bacon sandwich — as well as clothing (blue suede shoes, anyone?).

The always-stylish Elvis apparently had amazing taste in furniture, too. At least, that was the case if his private jet is any example.

In 1962, Elvis bought a private jet, a Lockheed Jetstar. He designed the inside himself. Along with beautiful wood paneling, the plane also featured shag carpet and red velvet seats (what a masterpiece).

After Elvis died in 1977, the plane sat abandoned on a tarmac in New Mexico.

Now, however, the plane is up for auction — so fans of The King can bid on his one-of-a-kind personal plane.

Although the plane definitely needs a lot of work, it’s definitely a fascinating piece of history with some amazing rock-and-roll vibes.

To see photos of the plane’s interior, keep reading!

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Elvis shared this red jet with his dad, Vernon Presley. But after The King died, the plane was abandoned.

For over 30 years, the plane has been sitting on a tarmac in New Mexico.

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The red paint on the outside of the airplane looks a little dilapidated, but, overall, the plane is in pretty good shape.

This private jet is obviously special, but just wait until you see what’s inside!

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Just look at this funky interior!

The walls are adorned with wood paneling, the floors are covered in red shag carpet, and the chairs are a stunning shade of red velvet.

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The plane is set up with a little living room, complete with a vintage television and cupholders set right into the velvet armrest.

Anyone could get cozy in this living room — this would make long-distance flights so much easier!

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The plush chairs are soft and cushiony — and there’s enough space in the cabin for a whole group of people.

Behind the living room, there’s also a small kitchen setup.

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Take a look at that old microwave — can’t you just imagine Elvis heating up a peanut butter, banana, and bacon sandwich in this microwave?

It’s probably not functional anymore, but it’s a pretty cool antique.

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The most stunning part of all might be the bathroom (with red velvet curtains, of course).

Just take a moment and think about what normal plane bathrooms look like in economy class, then imagine how much nicer it would be to use this one!

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Would you love to step foot in this incredible airplane?

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