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Inside President Joe Biden's Car Collection

The current president of the United States of America, Joseph Robinette Biden is a lover of cars. This statement is supported by a collection of premium and luxurious cars in his garage. Let's look at a few of them and mention his most favorite.

i. 1951 Studebaker

We have learned that the 78-years old Joe Biden loves vintage cars, this 1951 Studebaker is a car he loved from his youthhood and still loves it. However, it is not clear whether this bullet-nose car is still in his garage.

ii. 1952 Plymouth Cranbrook Convertible

His love for old treasures made him add a 1952 Plymouth Cranbrook Convertible in his garage. This car has a humongous six-cylinder engine under the hood providing 97 horsepower, enough to move around during his leisure time. I doubt if he can use this car in his current status, but it remains his valued asset.

iii. Mercedes-Benz 190SL

President Biden knows what's best for himself. He's not to be moved by current auto trends, you will not miss a Mercedes-Benz 190SL in his collection. Very few people could own such a car owing to its price tag at the time of production. The US president managed to get one for himself to feel the cool breeze as it accelerates.

iv. 1967 Chevrolet Corvette

Now, everyone has a favorite thing. For Biden, it is the the1967 Chevrolet Corvette. This car holds a special place in the president's heart. It has more than enough powerplant, a 350 horsepower V8 engine. I think this was the main selling point for this model during its time of inception. This Benz is Biden's favorite because it was a wedding gift from his father. That's it! Let us know your opinion in the comment section below. Remember to follow my channel, like the article, and share with friends and family. 

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