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Lady Gaga’s car collection is anything but flat

Lady Gaga turned 35 yesterday. The multi-award winning, 124 million record breaking singer and star of A Star Is Born was actually born on March 28, 1986. The New Yorker didn’t take her driving test until she was 30, but she’s put on makeup for lost time for the past five years. She has bought several American classics and European supercars. Far from bad romance, what a wonderful way for a thriving auto enthusiast to skim the roof of her £ 230 million fortune.

Lincoln Continental Convertible (1965)

The fourth-generation Lincoln Continental was ordered by Ford management as the best production car of its time – and the mission was accomplished. It became the US President’s Beast between 1961 and 1977 and will always be remembered for the JFK assassination. Originally, designer Elwood Engel (who used to design women’s shoes) wrote that it was the 1961 Ford Thunderbird, but the concept was repealed for Lincoln and expanded to 5.5 meters. This was the first American post-war convertible with four doors and the first Lincoln since 1951 with “suicide doors” (rear doors with a rear hinge). Another statement is the power roof, which is stored under the electrically operated aft deck. It also had a rare vacuum actuated vertically adjustable steering column. Its 7-liter V8 means Secret Service outsiders could have a difficult time keeping up.

Ford Mustang (1967)

One of the first cars the artist formerly known as Stefani Germanotta bought after passing her driving test in 2016 was an exquisite ivy-green Mustang with rally wheels. She drove this car to the start of her fifth studio album, Joanne. Production of the original pony car started in 1965, so their car is nice and early. And while everyone remembers the Aston Martin DB5 at Goldfinger, not many remember that Bond girl Tilly Masterson’s character had a first-generation Mustang. It was rumored that Gaga would sing with Ed Sheeran on the next 007 title track, but since it wasn’t, she can take comfort in this Ford.

Ford Bronco (1967)

Ms. Germanotta likes to drive through Malibu in her baby blue Resto-Mod Bronco. This is an extremely desirable classic right now, no less because of the bump she sustained while driving it into the rear of Mark Ronson’s Mercedes. Her car is currently on sale for a whopping £ 88,000. It features a 5.0 Cobra HD engine, a Ford C4 automatic transmission with a high-low four-wheel drive shift lever, Wilwood brakes, and a popping Kenwood stereo. Cue up The Beach Boys … she shared the car with costar Bradley Cooper when she paused between scenes for A Star Is Born. She used a different and even more inflated Bronco for her music video in the desert for “Perfect Illusion”.

Chevy Nova SS (1969)

Lady Gaga proved she’s a patriot by singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at President Joe Biden’s inauguration in January. But we really already knew that because she owns this all-American muscle car. The power-driven Chevy Nova Super Sport, which it maintains in LA, had two V8 engines when it was built: a 5.7 and a 6.5. The latter made 375 hp. There was also the option of a four-speed manual transmission and front disc brakes. She may be one of the most innovative music artists in the world, but she loves a throwback.

Chevrolet El Camino (1970)

Gaga enjoys having a monster ball in her third generation black El Camino pickup truck, which is perhaps the prettiest truck ever built. It’s also one of the fastest, thanks to its bestial 350 hp V8. The singer slash actress had hers aesthetically modified and removed the door handles and all badges so she looks super chic.

Mercedes W123 300D (1983)

Celebrities in their darkened Chevrolet suburbans are so boring. That’s why Gaga’s main car when she’s in her hometown NYC and wants to drive incognito is an unrestored W123 Mercedes in Biscayne blue. Respect. The W123 was a huge success for the Stuttgart-based manufacturer in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and they built 2.7 million of them. Many became taxis because they were overdeveloped and indestructible. Gaga’s was imported from Europe and is an 87 hp diesel so it will likely struggle to fill it up in the US. She also learned to drive in a Merc, but that was in a rather boring E350 from 2013.

Rolls-Royce Corniche III (1990)

Her ladyship owns two modern Rolls-Royce phantoms, but the scooter she loved most was the Corniche III, which she bought in 2009. It was red and she called her “Bloody Mary”. At the time, this was Gaga’s only car. In addition, she had failed her driving test, so a chauffeur was kept permanently. The Corniche was designed by Mulliner Park Ward in 1971 and had an unusually long production life of 24 years. The pop star was filmed on the back of the 6.75-liter convertible through Manhattan in 2012 on the way to her perfume launch at the Guggenheim. Two years later, she auctioned the car for charity to help the struggling musicians. The car cost £ 90,000, which was three times the estimate.

Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 Coupé (2017)

As we have seen, young Stefani loves her classic cars. In fact, everything but the Corniche and the F-150 were born before it was. But she has some newer and faster sports cars if she wants to get away from the “paparazzi”. She owns a Porsche Boxster and an Audi R8, but her favorite is her Lamborghini Huracán (she has Italian roots, after all) and she values ​​it very much. When Lady Gaga appeared at the Super Bowl halftime show in 2017, she drove the 610 hp Lambo from Malibu to Houston and back again. That’s a 3,200-mile round-trip that would take a while even with a 201-mile machine like this. The latest Huracán EVO RWD was featured in the singer’s music video “911” last year, although a Porsche Carrera might have made more sense.

Ford F-150 SVT Lightning (1993)

One of Gaga’s most used cars is a first generation SVT Lightning, one of the original factory pickups. It is a lowered F-150 with special suspension, a 240 hp 5.8-liter V8 and a high-performance automatic transmission. Ford only produced it between 1993 and 1995 and they have earned a cult following. Our hero’s flawless Marlboro red example is especially cool.

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