1965 CORVETTE STINGRAY
Joe Rogan’s This majestic specimen is his pride and joy this dazzling 1968 Silver Stringray Corvette.
The Car Feature’s an LS1 engine with a Magnusson supercharger bolted on top of this bullet. The supercharger has some custom brackets and fabrication under the hood to get things in line correctly and to have it fit beneath the factory-style cowl and induction hood.
It’s got an estimated worth of around 127 thousand dollars.
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PORSCHE 911 GT3 RS
When he’s not on Fear Factor or making funny skits with Dave Chappelle he’s pursuing his love for driving fast cars.
Though he’s a stand-up comedian, long-time UFC commentator, and super insanely popular host of the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast — This man is super talented.
Joe’s car was specially tuned by the performance experts over at Sharkwerks. This took this already amazing GT3 to what some would consider the perfect car. See Joe Rogan’s Net worth here.
1969 Chevy Nova By Steve Strope
Steve Strope, the owner of Pure Vision Design, completely redesigned Rogan’s Chevrolet Nova by stripping the car down to its bare metal. The Camaro parts on this car give it some heft. It is also a vehicle that Joe lends out for auto shows.
1970 Plymouth “Cuda The Sick Fish”
Joe Rogan, famous UFC announcer, had owned a Plymouth Cuda since he was a teenager, but he wanted a unique motor that can only be built by the Best of the Best in the Custom Arena. Designed by Chip Foose, sick fish was built by Troy Trepanier of Rad Rides Troy.
Toyota Land Cruiser 1995
A Land Cruiser built by ICON, not just any Land Cruiser. Exterior styling was overhauled to give the vehicle a more aggressive appearance, and the straight-six has been replaced with a 6.2-liter GM LSA engine.
MK IV Toyota Supra
Toyota has resurrected its Supra line, much to the delight of automotive enthusiasts around the globe. The decision to relaunch the iconic fourth-generation model, the MK4 Supra, seems to have been a result of its increasing popularity. In the three generations before, starting with the 1978 model, the Supra was produced uneventfully. However, the fourth generation of the Supra, officially known as the A80, changed everything.
Joe Rogan is rumored to have driven an MK IV Toyota Supra as his first car. When Rogan was a comedian up and coming, he drove the Supra around New Jersey. The Japanese sports car 2JZ-GTE is unclear whether Rogan held onto it.
This 1971 Ford Bronco, custom modified by ICON, is exceptional. Matte silver paint covers the exterior of the Bronco, while black Ranger trim lines the sides. Powering the Bronco is a 5.0-liter Coyote engine mated to an automatic transmission with five speeds.