Impossibly Rare Things Owned By Tom Cruise; A World War II Era Aircraft And More
Impossibly Rare (And Expensive) Things Owned By Tom Cruise

From $100,000 motorcycles to a World War II aircraft, Cruise’s collection is rather impossible to be recreated by anyone else

When he’s not hanging on top of buildings or jumping off cliffs on motorcycles, Tom Cruise spends his time collecting some of the most rarest and expensive things in the world, funded by his rumoured net worth of around $600 Million. From a million-dollar garage to a fully functioning World War II aircraft, here are five of the craziest things that the Maverick owns.


Vyrus 987 C3 4V Motorcycle



Image credits – Vyrus


If there are two things Cruise loves apart from a certain cult, it has got to be running and riding a motorcycle (without a helmet). It is no surprise then, the 61-year-old has amassed quite a collection of motorcycles throughout his career. This ranges from known names such as the BMW S1000 RR and the Ducati Desmosedici RR to something more exquisite like the Vyrus 987 C3 4V, which was launched as the world’s most powerful production motorcycle in 2010 and is said to be worth over $100,000 today.


A WWII-era Aircraft



Image credits – Late Late Show With James Corden


Maverick may have not flown the jets himself in Top Gun, but he does hold a professional license since 1994. The Mission Impossible actor has many times confessed his passion for aviation, owning a range of private jets and a vintage P-51 Mustang, a World War II aircraft that was built in 1946. This is the same aircraft seen in a segment with James Corden in his now-defunct Late Late Show.


1949 Buick Roadmaster



Image credits – United Artists


Cruise’s “need for speed” extends to his car collection as well (no surprises there), with a garage ranging from a 1970s Dodge Colt, also said to be his first car, to the latest brigades of Beemers and Buggatis. However, the most eye-catching and iconic has to be the 1949 Buick Roadmaster, which was seen in 1988’s Rain Man starring Cruise and Dustin Hoffman.


One Of The World’s Thinnest Watch



Image Credits – Vacheron Constantin


Last year, at the 75th Cannes Festival, Cruise gave a brief glimpse of his rare watch collection, wearing the Vacheron Constantin Swiss Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin with a blue dial. The timepiece is also known as one of the thinnest watches ever made, measuring a thickness of only 4.05 millimetres and costing around $102k. The actor has been spotted with a host of luxury watches, including a Rolex Sky-Dweller, a Rolex GMT-Master II ‘Pepsi’, a Porsche Design Chronograph, and more, in the past.


A $30 Million Colorado Ranch



Image Credits – Twitter


Apart from a bevy of penthouses and Hollywood Hills mansions, the actor owns a sprawling 320-acre estate in Colorado, that also houses his 10,000 square-foot home. The house is rumoured to be Cruise’s “getaway ranch” surrounded by woods and wilderness all around. It is said to feature vaulted ceilings, floor-to-ceiling fireplaces and was also the venue for his iconic interview with Oprah Winfrey back in 2008. However, just like his many homes, Cruise is said to have put the property on the market for $39.5 million in 2021.

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