A PRIVATE jet that once belonged to Elvis Presley could be yours, if you've got the cash.
The 1962 Lockheed JetStar aircraft that the King purchased in 1976 for more than £685,000 will be auctioned at the start of next year.
The jet, which is unable to fly, has remained hidden away in an "aircraft boneyard" in Roswell, New Mexico for more than 30 years.
It features plush red velvet seats and red carpet and original woodwork.
The aircraft is being sold with a copy of the Aircraft Security Agreement document signed by Elvis, as well as bill of sale documentation.
The plane's red exterior has silver accents, while the custom interior upholstery features red velvet and gold-finish hardware.
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The plane comes with an original onboard Kenmore microwave, a cassette player and a television with RCA VCR player, with Elvis' love of TV well documented.
There are six passenger chairs on board, with swivel and recline functionality, as well as extra cabin seating for up to nine occupants.
It also contains an onboard lavatory.
The plane's engines and many cockpit components have been removed and no engines or replacement parts are included with the sale.
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