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Joe Rogan’s Car Collection Will Make True Auto Fans Drool

Vukasin Herbez May 8, 2023

To his legions of obsessed fans, Joe Rogan’s career means a lot. Rogan is a popular comedian, podcaster, TV personality, YouTube star – you name it. Known for his controversial stands on popular topics, strange guests, and politics, Rogan has millions of fans all over the world. However, many of his fans probably don’t know that he is also a passionate car collector.

While many of his views might not be for everyone, his car collection is definitely for every auto fan. Over the years, Rogan has had many vehicles, They range from expensive exotics to custom-built machines. Today, we looked at all of the best cars in Joe Rogan’s collection and they will make true car lovers drool. Check them out right here.

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1965 Corvette Stingray

The Corvette Stingray mostly stayed the same in appearance during its run on the market. Its split window setup died in 1964. In 1965, four-wheel disc brakes became standard. In 1966, for the first time, big block power was available for performance-craving Corvette fans. Rogan took the C2 Corvette not only because of the availability of significant big block engines but also because of subtle design improvements (via YouTube).

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He created a one-off, custom example based on a 1965 Corvette convertible. Under the hood is the LS1 V8 engine with a supercharger and well over 400 hp. The body is slightly modified, but custom chassis, suspension, and brakes are under it. The company behind this project is Pure Vision, a well-known custom car outfit. Rogan appeared on the hit car show ‘Jay Leno’s Garage’ with his own Stingray and it was electric.

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1970 Plymouth Barracuda

Rogan is a muscle car fan. Apart from his Corvette Stingray, he also owns a stunning 1970 ‘Cuda. The mighty Hemi engine was an expensive top-of-the-line option for 1970 and 1971. This ‘Cuda was available in coupe or convertible form. It cost around $900 over the price of the standard Barracuda. And it was installed in just about 600 coupes and only 17 convertibles during a two-year production period. The power was 425 hp, but everybody knew that the orange monster delivered more than 500 hp straight from the box (via Fusion Luxury Motors).

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Rogan’s example is modified with unique chassis, body modifications, and suspension tweaks. However, despite all that, creators managed to capture the essence of everlasting design and aggressive lines and preserved the appeal of one of the finest muscle cars ever made.

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ICON Ford Bronco

One of the most popular Restomod companies is California-based ICON4x4. The company has risen to fame by building classic Jeeps and Land Cruisers with modern engines, trick suspension kits, matte paint, and all kinds of neat features. However, one of their most successful products is ICON BR – short for Bronco. As you guessed, the basis for this custom project is an old, first-generation Ford Bronco. This was a popular classic SUV from the late ’60s. Due to its all-wheel drive and powerful engines, the Bronco was a common choice back in the day. Still, ICON wanted to enhance every aspect of it and introduce the classic shape to 21st-century standards (via Speed Society).

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Owner Jonathan Ward teamed up with designer Camilo Prado and presented the ultimate Bronco equipped with brand-new Ford Coyote 5.0-liter V8, fully adjustable suspension kit, five-speed manual transmission, ABS brakes all around, and numerous other mechanical and visual modifications. The basic design stayed the same, and ICON BR still looks like a classic Ford Bronco, but it drives like a supercar. ICON will happily build a Bronco with your name on it and according to your specifications, but keep in mind that the waiting list is over a year long, and prices start shy of $200,000. Rogan owns a silver one.

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Nova SS

Rogan and Pure Vision collaborated on another project, the Nova SS. It’s a fully customized Nova SS that got complete mechanical changes, a supercharged V8 under the hood, and trick suspension. Joe knows that the Nova is a very important car for the muscle car segment. So he commissioned this build to make his vision (via GM Authority).

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The Nova was Chevy’s compact car introduced first as the Chevy II in the early ’60s. The small and affordable model was just a scaled-down Chevelle or Impala. Still, it obtained serious street credibility by the end of the ’60s and became a favorite street racer’s weapon. The combination of Nova’s lightweight body and potent V8 engines made it very fast. Chevrolet introduced the SS 350 and SS 396 versions in 1968-69, which were extremely fast. The 1970 model still retained classic styling and two powerful V8 engines as an option. Independent tuners like Yenko even offered brutally fast 427 conversions.

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1969 Camaro

In the late ’60s, the horsepower wars were in full swing. Chevrolet thus prepared the Camaro for battle with the new Z/28 and SS models. The SS 396 was a top-of-a-line muscle model with 325 HP in earlier versions and up to 375 HP in 1969. But the best balanced and almost equally fast was the SS 350 model. The SS 350 was a popular model equipped with all Chevrolet’s speed options and a venerable 350 CID V8 engine producing 300 HP. With racing stripes, a graphics package, an optional vinyl roof and lots of extras, the SS 350 was one of the best pony cars around. All those options gave it lively performance, good handling, and perfect looks (via Car Scoops).

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Although already a competent muscle car, the 1969 was thoroughly modified by Rogan’s crew and turned into a piece of moving art. The basic design is the same. Everything else was custom. The bodywork, suspension, interior, and host of other components are one-off pieces. Under the hood is a modern GM V8 with a six-speed manual transmission.

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Toyota Land Cruiser

Introduced in 1980 and discontinued in 1989, the J60 was sold all over the world and very popular in America. It combined the ruggedness of the classic FJ40 with a durable 4.2-liter inline six-engine and bigger, more comfortable body. The combination proved influential, and the J60 is now the focus of collectors all over the world (via Motor1).

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Again, Rogan made this model even more special by commissioning a unique build that turned classic SUVs into off-road beasts. With a V8 engine, unique suspension, brakes, and a host of off-road equipment, his team managed to make the classic Land Cruiser more capable than any new off-roader.

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Porsche 911 GT3

The Porsche 911 is one of the most exciting models in car history and a continuing success story for over 50 years. The story of 911 is the saga of constant effort, evolution, and detailed work on developing and perfecting a concept that could have been more promising. Porsche invested an unbelievable amount of time and effort in perfecting this model (via Top Speed).

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Today, over 50 years later, the 911 is the best overall sports car in the world. With over 1 million sold and a benchmark model in terms of performance and handling. That is why Rogan couldn’t afford to miss the experience. His weapon is the 911 GT3 RS. An absolute beast of 911 with race-bread suspension and 510 hp from a screaming, naturally-aspirated flat-six engine.

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Tesla Model S

The Model S is not the first car that Tesla produced. But it is by far the most popular and most influential globally. It is the first fully electric sedan made in significant numbers. And this is a car that singlehandedly created the electric car market. Introduced in 2012, Tesla Model S production has passed the 200,000 examples mark. This made it the world’s most advanced and most successful electric vehicle (via Only Used Teslas).

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The Model S is known for its pioneering construction and unusual features, many industry’s first and unbelievable performance. A controversial vehicle when it was released, Model S today is the symbol of progress and forward thinking. Also, it is a symbol of the American car industry in the future. Rogan got one for himself and is fascinated by how good it is.

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BMW M3 E46

In October of 2000, the E46 M3 arrived with an all-new engine, drivetrain, and components. It has since been regarded as one of the finest BMW M cars and a perfect driving machine. All M cars are a blast to drive, but the E46 M3 significantly improved over the E36 M3 from the ’90s. It’s also one of the last analog sports cars you can buy. Rogan might be a muscle car fan, but he snapped the silver M3 as soon as they were available and drove it for years (via Sports Skeda).

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With a 343 hp straight six-cylinder engine, almost ideal weight distribution, a six-speed manual transmission, and still respectable performance, the E46 M3 soon won the hearts of car enthusiasts all over the world. It was a sales success and one of the best secondhand performance cars you can buy today.

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Hennessey Raptor

Of course, Rogan owns Raptor. After all, it is the perfect vehicle for him. Let’s talk numbers. The 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 with 450 hp and 510 lb.-ft, a 10-speed automatic transmission, and sub-5-second acceleration times. The figures suggest that this is an exotic supercar. No, this is a full-size pickup truck with room for five people and a regular truck bed behind (via Motorious).

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But for folks at Hennessey Performance, it wasn’t enough. They upgraded the engine power to 600 + horsepower. Of course, the price is astronomical and starts at $349,000. For Rogan, that’s not a lot of cash thanks to his $100 million deal with Spotify. Naturally, he added one to his collection.

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