A PINK Cadillac owned by Elvis Presley could soon be yours as it goes under the hammer this weekend.
But you better bring your cheque book as the rocking wheels are expected to get plenty of interest.
The 1957 Series 62 Sedan de Ville was one of three Cadillacs owned by The King as he became a breakout star.
The iconic motor even featured in his 1955 song Baby, Let’s Play House, with the American musician singing “You may have a pink Cadillac but don’t you be nobody’s fool”.
The 1957 Cadillac Series was a favourite with celebrities and wealthy buyers when it was first produced thanks to its eye-catching design and powerful engine.
According to notarised affidavits from two of his relatives, Elvis owned the car before it was passed onto a museum where it sat for 20 years.
The Cadillac has been completely restored to its former glory by its current owners, who have now put it up for sale.
Despite the luxury car being driven by the one and only Elvis Presley, the car has not been given an estimated price tag.
The auction will take place tomorrow in Saudi Arabia, with bids accepted online.
John Kruse, principal and auctioneer at Worldwide Auctioneers, said: “Cadillacs of the ’50s represent an era of flair, larger-than-life automobiles and the beginning of the modern age of entertainment.
“Elvis is one of the most famous and influential legends of all time and the opportunity to acquire a piece of Elvis history is not to be missed.”
Elvis is not the only rock star with a soft spot for flashy motors.
Sir Elton John has long been an avid car lover and began collecting prestige motor as soon as he rose to fame in the 1970s.
A limited-edition Aston Martin DB7 owned by Sir Elton John recently was advertised on AutoTrader for £30,000.