@mrjyn

*** favorite food: oysters with redheads in pale blue

ABOUT HIM & WHO HE'S LOOKING FOR

 

 

CREPUSCULAR WITH NIGHT signals and FLOWERING CONFABULATION
There is something very Gatsby about ME? I am CREPUSCULAR WITH NIGHT signals and FLOWERING CONFABULATION. My well-disciplined jaw and mystified, reproachful eyes are set downstream in an otherwise nostalgic facade. I appreciate every aspect of blue lingerie without having to think. I am Comfortable at a country-fugue or a black-tie KGB event. I possess sparkling merit, navigability, and what can be described as "the old Bangkok curlicue." I enjoy bent tearjerkers, decidability, soft cookies, tough beaver, and sweet incoherence; hard extremes, exotic illogicality, as well as bearlike and gratuitous hyper-amorousness IN THE NIGHT. I am a PARTNER IN WOMENFOLK, and practice LUNCHTIME FIGMENTS NEVER NEGOTIATED BEFORE. THE WAY THE LIGHT SHINES ON THE calumny-mavericks Engage ME. I desire QUIET Confinement, RECONVENED PASSION, INSULATED ALIVENESS, and Open misadventure.
Interests:
Cooking, Dining out, Movies/Videos, Museums and art, Music and concerts, Nightclubs/Dancing, Shopping/Antiques, Travel/Sightseeing, Wine tasting
Sports and exercise:
Billiards / Pool
Exercise habits:
I'll tell you later
Pets:
I like Cats
Political views:
Some other viewpoint
Sign:
Taurus
College:
I'll tell you later
For Fun:
Any unusual hobbies get noticed? Enjoy unusual porn in the back row, or watching at your comfy home, having the DVD in your pajamas?
Favorite Hot Spots:
wild and crazily small vacation where you've always wanted to go, but never where you want to. once you match-- would Pavarotti?
Favorite Things:
Everyone has their favorite color when shopping like it's raining?? It is ***NOT pronounced *** favorite food: oysters with redheads in pale blue
Last Read:
it's your novel or milk carton about late adventures or the newspaper magazine
ABOUT... HIM HIS DATE
APPEARANCE:

Height:
6'1" (185cms)
5'5" (165cms) to 6'6" (198cms)
Body type:
About average
Slender
Eyes:
Hazel
No preference
Hair:
Black
Auburn / Red



LIFESTYLE:

Smoke:
Occasionally
Occasionally
Drink:
Social Drinker
Never
Occupation:
Artistic / Creative / Performance
Self-Employed / Entrepreneur, Student, Travel / Hospitality / Transportation, Other profession

just moved back from (hell) and am in n.o.
Income:
$35,001 to $50,000
No preference
Relationship:
Never Married
Never Married
Have kids:
No
No
Want kids:
Not sure
Not sure



BACKGROUND/VALUES:

Ethnicity:
White / Caucasian
White / Caucasian

irish/sicilian
Faith:
I'll tell you later
No preference
Languages:
French, Spanish
French, Japanese, Russian, Swedish
Education:
Bachelors degree
Some college

english, art
ELVIS'S CADILLACS Elvis and Elvis Presley are trademarks of Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc. Updated November 2011 "While I was driving a truck, every time a big shiny car drove by it started me sort of day-dreaming. I always felt that someday, somehow, something would happen to change everything for me. I would daydream about how it would be." - Elvis Presley There are thousands of websites on the internet about Elvis and about Cadillacs, but only one about Elvis's Cadillacs. You've just found it!
Elvis and Cadillac, the two best known symbols of success America has ever produced. In the fifties, few things symbolized success and the American dream more than a magnificent automobile. Elvis Parsley's affinity for Cadillac was real. He was not only the King of Rock 'n Roll, he was also the King of Cadillac buyers, purchasing at least a hundred during his life. Here is some information on a few of them. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge them in a new window 1954 Cadillac In early March, 1955 Elvis had bought his first Cadillac. It was a pink and white 1954 Cadillac (similar to the black one pictured) and provided transportation for Elvis and the Blue Moon Boys for about three months. The car went up in smoke when a brake lining caught fire, on the road between Hope and Texarkana, Ark. in June, 1955. Note the roof racks in the pictures below, they were used to carry the Blue Moon Boys equipment. Click here ( Str54prs.jpg ) for a picture of Elvis with his '54 Caddy (b&w). 1954 Series 75 Fleetwood Limousine ( 54l.jpg )Elvis bought a 1954 Fleetwood Limousine (similar to the white one pictured) just before going on a tour in it in March 1956. Originally blue, he had it painted yellow. In the spring of 1957, Elvis moved to Graceland, and this vehicle was used to stock the grounds. One time it was used to haul fowl - chickens, ducks, guineas, peacocks and a turkey back to Graceland. The car had so much shit in it that even after he sent it to the Cadillac dealer to be cleaned and fumigated, it was never the same. Elvis told his Daddy it was time to buy a new car. That's when he bought a 1958 black Cadillac Limousine. 1955 Fleetwood 60 Special ( ep55gr.jpg ) Elvis's love affair with this 1955 Cadillac was well documented and his reputation for collecting cars was well deserved. Though he owned and gave away many different kinds of cars to friends and total strangers, this 1955 pink and white Cadillac Fleetwood (originally blue in color) is said to have been his favourite and the one car he never sold or gave away. Elvis bought it for his mother (although she never drove) in July 1955. According to Art, who lived next door to Elvis in Lamar St in 1955, he made the pink paint for Elvis and is the only one who knows the formula, he named it "Elvis Rose." On September 2, 1955, $1,000 damage was caused to the car in an accident just south of Texarkana. The top of the car was painted white around March 1956. The car has become one of the ultimate icons of Elvis and the 1950's, and it is arguably the most famous car in the world. Two (b&w) pictures from 1955 of Elvis with this car when it had a black roof: Click here ( Str54pr2.jpg ) for a picture of Elvis polishing this car, and click here ( elvcad.jpg ) for a picture of Elvis at the wheel of this car. Soon after, there were three more Cadillac in Elvis's drive, including a yellow 1954 Eldorado convertible. "Four Cadillacs?" a radio reporter asked him. "I do have four Cadillac," Elvis replied. "But I haven't got use for four. Maybe some day I'll go broke and I can sell a couple of 'em." The car was displayed at the 1977 Tri-State Auto Exhibition in Denver, and was last driven in April 1981 when it took part in the premiere of "This is Elvis" at the Memphian Theatre. Since June 1982 the car has been on display at the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum at Graceland. ( http://www.elvis-presley.com/ ) It also appeared on stage at the "Elvis Aaron Presley: A Tribute" show in Memphis, 1994. Click here ( elvpink.jpg ) to see a 2nd picture of this car. Click here ( elvcaddy.gif ) to see a 3rd picture of this car. Click here ( Str55prs.jpg ) to see a 4th picture of this car. Click here ( pink55.jpg ) to see a 5th picture of this car. Click here ( elv55rear.jpg ) to see a picture of the car from the rear. Click here ( ElvisPinkCad.jpg ) to see Elvis with this car. Click here ( Str54pr2.jpg ) to see another picture of Elvis with this car (b&w). Click here ( elv2cads.jpg ) to see a (b&w) pic of the '55 Fleetwood and the '54 Eldorado convertible in Elvis' driveway (1956). Click here ( wheeler.jpg ) to see a (b&w) pic of Linda Wheeler and Kay Wheeler ( http://www.kaywheeler.com ) on the back of this Caddy, taken in Fort Worth Texas in 1956. Kay was the first Elvis Presley Fan Club President in the world. Click here ( elvpinkcad.jpg ) to see a die-cast model of this car. 1955 Series 75 Fleetwood Limousine ( elv55limo.jpg )This Cadillac was on display at the Elvis Presley Museum during the 1990s. Kruse International had it listed as lot No. 3329 for sale at Auburn Fall '99 auction, September 1-7. This vehicle however was not actually at the auction. It was then permanently exhibited at an Elvis Museum in Las Vegas called Elvis-A-Rama ( http://www.elvisarama.com/index.html ). RM Auctions ( http://www.rmauctions.com ) sold this vehicle at Monterey on August 18 2007. Expecting to fetch $100,000 - $150,000 it realised $275,000! RM Auctions stated: "Elvis Presley himself purchased chassis no. 557547481. The Cadillac was originally painted in a light blue, but Elvis quickly had it repainted a more appropriate black. Elvis used it to tour throughout the south with his original band members, Scotty Moore, Bill Black and D.J. Fontana. Reportedly, Elvis and his band would strap their instruments to the roof of the car and drive through the night to make it to the next town where they were going to perform. There is absolutely no question as to the documentation of the sale of the Cadillac Fleetwood to the illustrious Elvis Presley. There are several photos of Elvis with the vehicle, one outside his home in the summer of 1956, as well as another outside the CBS Studios in Los Angeles moments before his first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. Also included are the original conditional sales contract and the original 1955 Cadillac Owner�s Manual stating, �Elvis Presley 1034 Audobon Ave. Memphis, Tenn.;� which, it should be noted, is handwritten on the inside back cover". Some pictures: here ( MO07_r337_17.jpg ) and here ( MO07_r337_4.jpg ). A couple more here ( caddyrexa.jpg ) and here ( caddyrexb.jpg ). Update: Bonham's auction in California 12th November 2011: "Currently owned by a prominent Texas collector, this piece of Memphis-by-way-of-Detroit history comes with the original conditional sales contract ( 55sales.bmp ) from Southern Motors of Memphis that was co-signed by Elvis' father, Vernon Presley. Also included is the original owner's manual ( 55safety.bmp ) with Elvis' signature on the back cover, plus one spare tire, lug wrench, and jack. The only thing that seems to be missing is a set of blue suede shoes." Pre-sale estimates had the Fleetwood selling somewhere between $100,000 and $150,000, however the new owner paid US$172,000 for the car, including the Buyer's Premium. 1956 Cadillac Eldorado ( elv56c.jpg )Elvis and June Juanico flew to Houston to purchase this car on June 12, 1956 at a cost of $10,000. Originally white with a black interior, Elvis squashed a handful of grapes on the fender and told the customiser, Jimmy Sanders of Memphis (who also customised the pink '55 Fleetwood), that was the colour he wanted. The upholstery was changed to white roll and pleated leather, and the floor covered in mouton fur dyed purple. Elvis's initials "EP" entwined with a guitar and two musical notes inscribed in leather adorned the floormats and overhead. It is believed Elvis always had problems with this car, which is probably why he traded it in on December 23rd 1957. The car was then purchased by a fan of Elvis's, Mrs Lena Moskovitz of Memphis for $4893 (see invoice) ( lena.gif ). This lady later remarried a man named "Digger" O'Dell Smith and moved with him to Phenix City, Alabama. She had a food store on 431 South and the Caddy sat there under a carport for many years. During this time many people (presumably aware of it's original owner) tried to buy the car, but she would not sell it. She passed away in 1974 and "Digger" moved to College Park, Georgia. The car was abandoned in an open field where it weathered badly. On July 31st 1976 the car was sold at auction to used car dealer James N. Cantrell of Columbus, Georgia for (believe it or not) $975!! This made news across the USA and the next day the new owner was offered $10,000 for it, but turned it down. Instead he started a slow, ground up $28,000 restoration, hoping to show it to Elvis when it was finished. Unfortunately Elvis passed away before he had a chance. The car's first showing was in Tupelo, Mississippi, Elvis's birthplace. It then went on a tour with the World of Wheels Car Show and was featured on HBO and many other national TV shows. After touring for a couple of years, it was leased to the Guinness Book of Records Museum in Niagara Falls, Canada for about ten years. Many large offers have been made to purchase this car, however about ten years ago it was decided the car should remain at Graceland indefinitely, where it is now proudly displayed in the auto museum. This car also appeared on stage at the "Elvis Aaron Presley: A Tribute" show in Memphis, 1994. The History cable TV channel has recently done a "lost treasures" story on this car, which will be shown soon. At Xmas time 1999 the car was seen nationally on US television in an Eveready batteries commercial. Here ( elv56eldo.jpg ) is a picture of the car when white, with Elvis' girlfriend at the time June Juanico. Another picture of it when white, at Graceland here ( gracelandcadillac.jpg ). Click here ( elv56c1.jpg ) to see Elvis at the wheel of this car when it was purple. 1956 Cadillac Sedan ( Str56prs.jpg )This robin's egg blue '56 sedan is on show at the International Car Museum in Geneva, Switzerland. However, they have no documentary proof that Elvis ever owned it. However there is a picture submitted to this site of a 1956 Cadillac at the front of Graceland we believe did belong to Elvis, see here ( gracelandcadillacfront.jpg ). 1957 Cadillac Seville ( ep57gr.jpg )This 1957 Eldorado Seville with the chopped top was NOT one of Elvis's Cadillacs, but has been included here for informational purposes, as it is probably America's most photographed car and people get their pictures taken in front of it all day long. A couple named King had the King's Heartbreak Hotel restaurant in Memphis (down the road from Sun Studios), and had used it as a salad bar for their restaurant, which was done in an Elvis and rock and roll theme. When the couple divorced, Graceland bought a lot of their fixtures to use in a restaurant in the visitor plaza. The car museum was designed in 1989, and it was decided that the car would make a great attraction. It was renovated, weatherproofed and put out front. Currently it is bright green in colour. ( ecad.gif ) 1957 Cadillac Limousine ( 57lim.jpg )During 1957 Elvis owned a 1957 Cadillac Limousine (similar to the one pictured). I have heard from someone who in 1974 got to sit in the actual car. His old high school friend had acquired it from his Aunt who used to work for Elvis, and recalls that it had goat skin carpeting and a telephone in the back seat. In April 2006 I was contacted by someone who works at a small auto shop in Reedsport, Oregon USA who states that he has Elvis 1957 Cadillac Limo in his shop right now. He says it is pink with a black top and the goat skin carpet. The owner, a gentlemen in that town owned it and recently passed away and the car now belongs to a charity. The current owner still has the original pink slip with Elvis's name on it. 1957 Eldorado Brougham ( 57b.jpg ) In 1995, a 1957 Eldorado Brougham #274 (similar to the one pictured) underwent an overdone concourse restoration in Fort Worth Texas. Paul Rittiner, who worked on the car at the time has contacted me about it and confirmed that the work was supervised by Wayne Meadlin of Meadlin Texaco, 5200 Campbowie Blvd, Fort Worth Texas. Wayne saw the title with Elvis's signature. There was also a man named Ed Merchant and Phillip, who did the upholstery. It was done back to thick gray colored mohair or lambskin carpet. The car was way ahead of its time with lots of unique options. The memory seat position had a radio of sort under the seat, so that instead of moving the dial it turned cables to the seat tracks. The car also had the two four barrel carb option and automatically dimmed the headlights via a light sensor on the dash. The bumpers and grill are polished aluminum, not chromed steel. The suicide doors had a post that stuck out of the floor about a foot tall, so it was very spacious with the doors open. Also, an auto-latching trunk lid and dual zone air conditioning. This car also lowered itself around 60 mph by letting air out of the airbags. Factory equipped, they were reproduced by Goodyear and a tech flown down to help with the installation. 1958 Cadillac Limousine ( 58limo.jpg )Elvis owned a black 1958 Cadillac Limousine (similar to the black one pictured) around 1958/1959. I have had emails from a couple of different people who think they may know of a 1958 Cadillac believed to be once owned by Elvis according to "local legend." All a bit vague and mysterious. Anyone with any further information and/or a photo please contact me. ( mailto:mrdestiny1@bigpond.com ) 1959 Cadillac I have been asked many times if Elvis ever had a big-finned 1959 Cadillac, the model that is so collectible today. As far as I can tell, no he did not, probably because in 1959 he was stationed with the US Army in Germany. However at the Car Life Museum in Prince Edward Island, Canada there is a 1959 Cadillac reputedly formerly owned by Elvis. As a side note, in August 2001, actor Nicholas Cage bought a 1959 Caddy at auction in Carmel California as a gift for Lisa Marie Presley! 1960 Coupe de Ville ( elv60coupe.jpg )This 1960 Coupe de Ville registered DFO 301 was offered, complete with items of Presley memorabilia, in H&H Auction�s sale at Buxton, Derbyshire, England on September 12/13 2006. It was formerly owned by the Yorkshire Car Collection which was first started by enthusiast Peter Black in Keighley. Description of the vehicle was: Finished in white with a salmon pink roof and pink / white upholstery, this particular left-hand drive example is described by the vendor as being in "good" condition with regard to its engine, automatic gearbox, interior trim, chassis, bodywork, paintwork and wheels / tyres. Though, he states that its electrical equipment "needs some work". Formerly the property of rock 'n' roll icon Elvis Presley (or so an accompanying State of California Title Document would imply), 'DFO 302' has been in the current ownership since 2002. Tracked down via an article in 'The Sun' newspaper, it is believed to retain its original interior and to have covered just 76,099 miles from new. Said to drive well aside from the wiring maladies, it is offered for sale with sundry paperwork and some Elvis memorabilia. A stunning two-door pillarless coupe from Cadillac's (and Elvis's) golden era, this 1960 Coupe de Ville is not to be missed. Sale price was 21,000 pounds (AU$52,681, US$39,235). I have doubts that this vehicle is a genuine EP owned vehicle. Firstly as it appears to be badged as the base series 62 model, not the more upmarket Coupe de Ville, also the documentation sounds rather vague. 1960 Series 75 Fleetwood Limousine ( elv60.jpg )This vehicle is the ultimate in luxury and opulence. Costing $100,000, it was customised by George Barris with gold plated interior gadgets such as a phone, shoe buffer, refrigerator, entertainment console with a ten record automatic changer RCA record player, swivel TV and tape deck. Forty coats of exterior paint made with pearl, diamond dust and oriental fish scales were used on the outside. Hubcaps, wheel covers, headlight rims and the front grille are gold plated in 24kt gold. Gold lame drapes were used to cover the back windows and to separate the front and back seats. Truly a vehicle fit for a King! Elvis used it occasionally in the early 60's but towards the end of 1966, Colonel Parker talked RCA into buying it for $24,000 as a promotional tool. The car tour (which included Australia in 1968) was a great success. Bob Hayden has been researching the Australian tour, click here ( elvlimo.htm ) for lots more details and pictures. In Houston, 40,000 came to take a look and take home a free `Elvis Presley's Gold Car' postcard ( postcard.jpg ). In Atlanta, the car was the guest of honor at a dinner for 250 dignitaries. In the late 70's the car was donated to the Country Music Association Hall of Fame in Nashville. When you press a button, the roof lifts off so you can see inside it. More pictures: The car with the top lifted off ( ep60gra.jpg ) (very good picture). Front-on view ( ep60gr.jpg ) of the car (very good picture). The car on tour ( elv60a.jpg ) (b&w). The entertainment console ( Limo1.jpg ). The rear seat ( Limo2.jpg ). The car's fins ( Limo4.jpg ). Side on view ( st60EPxx.jpg ). Rear view ( st60EPxz.jpg ). 3/4 front view ( st60EPxy.jpg ). 3/4 rear view ( eplimo9_1.jpg ). 1962 Convertible Elvis's 1962 convertible was advertised for sale in Hemmings Motor News (around 91 or 92). The vehicle is believed to be in great shape and owned by Jack Marshall of Jack Marshall Foods. It is located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. In his earlier days Jack played piano and became good friends with Elvis. When Gladys Presley died, Jack was asked to play at her funeral. Anyone with any further information and/or a photo please contact me. ( mailto:mrdestiny1@bigpond.com ) 1963 Coupe de Ville ( mailto:cool59@tig.com.au ) In March 2006 a reader (Mark S.) wrote to me: "was checking out your website�pretty damn cool. In 2001, I came across a black (originally maroon) 1963 Cadillac Coupeville in Orange County, Ca. It was owned by a little old lady (classic, typical story) who had babied it and garaged it for 20+ years. She was selling it for personal reasons. After talking with her for about an hour, she tells me the cars original owner was Elvis Presley. She even broke out photos of Elvis handing her the keys and original documents of ownership!! I couldn�t believe it. Needless to say, I didn�t haggle about the price with her. This long black, historic beauty now sits in my garage (with TWO car covers on it, of course!!). P.S. I forgot to mention, she said Elvis had purchased the car in Los Angeles, and He met her, and gave her the car in Palm Springs, summer of 64�. 1964 Series 75 Fleetwood Limousine ( elvis65.jpg )This 1964 limousine is on the cover of Jim Reid's book "Fond Memories of Elvis" see cover here ( elv64a.jpg ) and here ( elv64e.jpg ) The VIN is 64S016270. Originally black as in the pictures (and verified by the body plate numbers) it has been resprayed to it's current silver colour. It is believed to have been Elvis's Las Vegas car, and there is some evidence that it belonged to Elvis, but there is no documentation to prove this without a doubt. The story goes that a funeral home purchased it via a broker from Graceland. This has been recently confirmed by the elderly widow of the funeral director. The limo was then sold through Action Auction (now Dorfman Auction Company) to Stan Miller of Stan's Limousine Service in California. The current owner, Jeff Smith of Calistoga California, bought it from his friend Marv, and has an original letter from Dorfman Auction Company that reads "October 1, 1983. To whom it may concern: Stan Miller purchased a Cadillac limousine from Action Auction (now Dorfman Auction Company). This car, according to the previous owner had belonged to Elvis Presley. To the best of our knowledge this is true. Sincerely, Bonny Dorfman." Jeff also has business cards from all the previous owners (except Elvis) and has talked to each of them (except Mr Miller who he has been unable to contact). However Elvis's long time right hand man Joe Esposito does not recall the car. More pictures of the car after being repainted in silver: 3/4 rear ( elv64b.jpg ), rear ( elv64c.jpg ), rear 1/4 ( elv64f.jpg ), side ( elv64g.jpg ), interior ( elv64d.jpg ). 1965 Eldorado Convertible ( elv65eldo.jpg )The Elvis Dream Cadillac was designed by both Elvis and the King of Kustomizers, George Barris in the late 60�s. Regretfully, Elvis passed away before his dream could become reality. In 1986 representatives from the Elvis Presley Cosmetic Company (E. P. Cosmetics) contacted George Barris and The Dream Cadillac was completed. It was insured for $250,000. The car was licensed by and sold to E. P. Cosmetics and as such debuted in promotional events held at The Equestrian Center in Toluca Lake California. The car began a national tour throughout 1987, sponsored by E. P. Cosmetics. They also sponsored a highly popular national sweepstakes contest and the car became its grand prize. Fans admired its exterior with 40 coats of Gold Pearl paint and swirled gold leaf pinstriping. A look inside showed off the gold-plated steering wheel, gold-plated TV and phone, three gold Elvis 45s imbedded in the soft top cover, and guitar-shaped sunvisors for that extra touch of class! The Elvis Dream Cadillac was then purchased by Barris Kustom Industries in North Hollywood, California to extensively tour as a feature in the World of Wheels, Autorama, and Rod & Custom Auto shows throughout the U.S.A. and Canada. Mattel Inc. released their �Hot Wheels Legends� series collectible, a toy version of the car. Hotwheels pictures: 3/4 front ( hotwheels.jpg ). 3/4 rear ( hotwheels1.jpg ). Front-on view ( elvis_detail1.jpg ). Top view ( elvis_detail2.jpg ). Then, the car was sold and exported to Japan and came back to California in July 2002. In April 2003, the car was for sale on eBay. The highest bid was $50,000 but the car did not sell. Pictures: 3/4 front from top ( ep65a.jpg ), another 3/4 front ( ep65b.jpg ), side-on ( ep65c.jpg ), close up of EP Cosmetics sign ( ep65d.jpg ), dash and steering wheel ( ep65e.jpg ), telephone in rear ( ep65f.jpg ), TV and sound system ( ep65g.jpg ), soft top cover with gold records ( ep65h.jpg ), ID plate ( ep65i.jpg ), engine ( ep65j.jpg ), car with custom cover ( ep65k.jpg ), autographed photo by George Barris ( ep65l.jpg ). In September 2004 the car was consigned to "The Garage" in Costa Mesa California, photo here ( aut3354.jpg ). As of February 2005 it is back with Koh Wada ( mailto:kcrintl@earthlink.net ), and for sale for US$38,500. Update February 2006: The car has been sold to the ELVIS-A-RAMA museum in Las Vegas. In October 2007 it was listed on ebay with a Buy It Now price of $119,000. The vendors were classic car dealers Daniel Schmitt & Co. of 3455 North Lindergh Blvd, St. Louis, MO. The vehicle failed to sell and was subsequently relisted several times at the same price. It eventually sold for $119,000 to a private museum "out west". 1967 Cadillac Eldorado Elvis owned a 1967 Cadillac Eldorado which he later sold to actress Pat Priest who starred with him in the movie Easy Come Easy Go. 1967 Cadillac Coupe de Ville ( elv67.jpg )In the late 80's - early 90's the Elvis Presley Museum in the Maple Leaf Village Complex in Niagara Falls, Canada (no longer there) featured Elvis's bright red with black padded top Coupe de Ville. It was believed to have been used by Elvis and Priscilla on their honeymoon, and could be the same car that Elvis purchased on May 11th 1967. The car is now on display at the Elvis Museum in Pigeon Forge, Tennesseedogmeate@
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