The King’s Private Jets Head To Auction Block

The King’s Private Jets Head To Auction Block

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Elvis Presley’s Two Private Jets, the Lisa Marie and The Hound Dog 2”, Up For Sealed Bid Auction, Deadline Feb 2nd, 2015.

Are you a fan of Elvis Presley? If you are a fan and are reading this story, you are more than likely an aviation enthusiast as well. You may be shocked to hear that Graceland, the home of the Elvis Presley Museum. Graceland is also the host of the King of Rock n Rolls to private jets, the Lisa Marie and the Hounddog 2. The Lisa Marie was named after the King’s daughter and is a Convair 880, and the Houndgdog 2, is a Lockheed Jetstar. As Graceland’s owners have decided not to renew the joint venture agreement with the owner of the King’s two private jets, the aircraft will now have to be removed from Graceland no later than April, 2015.

The owners of Elvis Presley’s two jets have ultimately decided to put the aircraft up for auction through the prominent entertainment and celebrity memorabilia auction service, Julien’s Auction.

Elvis Presley’s jets are still on display at Graceland, with a special sealed bid auction beginning on Friday, January 2, 2015 and running through to Monday, February 2, 2015, 5 PM E.S.T.

As this is a once in a lifetime opportunity, the owners have opted for the sealed bid auction format as it will give anyone interested in owning one of these pieces of Rock and Roll history, a chance to bid to their heart’s content. As it is a sealed bid auction, no other bidder will ever know any of the others bidders bids, further adding to the suspense and thrill to the possibility of owning one of these exquisite jets owned and flown in by the King himself.

The winning bidder of this extremely rare and exclusive auction will be notified up to 30 days after the closing of the auction. Keep in mind there will probably be hundreds of thousands of bids submitted by people from all over the world, some may even bid multiple times, so please be patient.

For more information on how you can place a bid on Elvis Presley’s two private jets, please visit-


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