Lady Gaga goes gaga over cult 1993 Ford pickup truck

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Lady Gaga missed out on the joys of teenage driving — at least officially. But she’s made up for lost time.

After first getting her driver’s license at age 30, Gaga, 34, has made it a habit of buying cars. She owns about 20, including what appears to her favorite, a daily driver 1993 Ford SVT Lightning pickup truck.

Gaga also owns a Chevrolet El Camino, Ford Bronco and Mercedes-Benz W123 sedan.

Lady Gaga reportedly owns approximately 20 cars and trucks including a 1993 Ford pickup truck.
Lady Gaga reportedly owns approximately 20 cars and trucks including a 1993 Ford pickup truck.

The Ford truck she owns is among her least expensive cars the performer owns. The mint condition vehicle’s estimated value is $40,000.

Lady Gaga like her vintage cars and trucks

The SVT Lightning is among the original factory performance pickup. It’s equipped with a 240-horsepower, 5.8-liter V8 and an automatic transmission. It was first built from 1993 to 1995 and from 1999 to 2004.

The original SVT Lightning trucks are now a cult item. Collectors like the vehicle because it’s a single-cab special edition, with a nod to the best of yesteryear.

Lady Gaga’s appreciation for vintage cars is matched by her enjoyment of high-end sedans. She’s owned several Rolls-Royce, including a Phantom VII, priced at $450,000 new.

And her collection also features an all-black Lamborghini Huracán. She drove the $260,000 supercar to the Super Bowl halftime event in 2017. The Huracán has a 5.2-liter V10 engine and a top speed of 199 miles per hour.

The flashy supercar fits Lady Gaga’s personality. But so does a vintage Ford pickup truck or any vehicle for that matter.

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