The 20 Most Awesome One-Of-A-Kind Billionaire Toys
There’s always talk about the planes and housesbillionaires blow their money on, so we thought we’d give you a look at some of their more obscure and unique toys. A life-sized shark, Da Vinci’s journal, and Hitler’s Mercedes are just some of the things that get the world’s wealthiest putting down their hard earned (or in many cases, easily inherited) cash.
S. Truett Cathy
S. Truett Cathy made his fortune with the Chick-fil-A and is estimated to be worth around $2 billion. He chose to spend some of that change to buy himself the batmobile used in the 1992 , at a price of $250,000.
Damien Hirst’s 14-foot shark
As the hedge and founder of SAC Capital Advisor, Steven Cohen is worth $11.4 billion. He has spent $137.5 million on de Kooning’s Woman III (the second most expensive painting ever sold), and just recently dumped $110 million for a Jasper Johns.