Jesse James Car Collection & Net Worth


Jesse James Car Collection consists of tons of different models. He is is a world-renowned car and motorcycle customizer who was born in Long Beach, California. He gained massive fame during the early 2000s with a compilation of successful TV shows that aired. Over the years, Jesse has continued to grow his passion, for business ventures and gives more time to focus on his passion for automobiles.

Jesse James Car CollectionPrice (USD)
1962 Chevy Impala$55,000
1964 Polara Twin Turbo Hemi$40,000
69 Road Runner Drag Car$35,000
2004 Panoz Esperante Flying Car$45,000
1969 Plymouth Roadrunner$46,000
1957 Chevy 210 “Handy Man” Station Wagon$51,600
1954 Chevy 210$51,600
1932 Ford Roadster$121,000
1952 Chevrolet Styleline$23,000
1969 Chevrolet Impala Custom$60,000
Jesse James Car Collection

10. 1962 Chevy Impala

Jesse James designed the 1962 Chevy Impala is the quintessential California car with lowered suspension and a unique design. The 62′ Chevy Impala, is one of the most influential and iconic cars in the world, as it became popular during the 90s.

9. 1964 Polara Twin Turbo Hemi

Again, designed by Jesse, the 1964 Polara Twin Turbo Hemi is a special-edition drag racing car that was fabricated by the Roadster Shop. This car sports a supercharged Hemi engine and a lowered suspension, which stole the Sema show.

8. 1969 Road Runner Drag Car

The 69 Road Runner drag car was an active drag racer that was used in the 70s. Jesse purchased the car and restored it in his Austin Speed Shop. With the original orange paint, the car has remained a symbol of fun times in the drag racing world. Jesse recently sold it at auction.

7. 2004 Panoz Esperante Flying Car

Sold by a US-based performance-car company, the 2004 Panoz Esperante is a unique roadster. James made this car special, by making it fly on its Monster Garage episode, which is not done by many cars ever created. One of Jesse James’s favorites, and with a surprising reason, it broke history.

6. 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

The 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner is a unique performance car, with legends like Richard Petty driving this car of Mopar automotive. And there is no reason why Jesse James wouldn’t add this to his collection. This car has history and is a fine example of Mopar legend, remains a prime example in his fleet.

5. 1957 Chevy 210 “Handy Man” Station Wagon

The 1957 Chevy 210 “Handy Man” Station Wagon is a unique Chevrolet that arrived in the 50s. This piece of automotive history was the hand for a handyman to transport goods and tools long before the Van became handy in the automotive industry. With Jesse James’s touches, this car remains original and a unique piece in his collection.

4. 1954 Chevy 210

The 1954 Chevy 210 is also a unique piece in automotive history when GM made some of the most unique cars on the market. This car was popular for its above-average performance and functionality.

3. 1932 Ford Roadster

The 1932 Ford Roadster in Jesse James’s collection is a variation of a classic rat rod having all of the stylings from a custom-bike-building superstar. This includes a unique exterior color and engine-and-transmission combination that makes it do pretty serious burnouts.

2. 1952 Chevrolet Styleline

Jesse’s fondness for buying V8 hot rods of yesteryear is truly eye-catching with the 1952 Chevrolet Styleline. The car was popular for its unique style and was a trend setter in the automotive world. JJ equipped it with a one-of-a-kind engine, which makes it a fire-breathing hot rod.

1. 1969 Chevrolet Impala Custom

This 1969 Chevrolet Impala Custom is one of the most remarkable piece in his collection. This car shows that the Impala looks pretty good in just any year format. James’s true styling taste, this car sticks to Californian flares that he’s famous for, classic fat tires, and a slammed design.

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