Donald Trump has reached baller status. There’s no other way to put it. High risk, high reward. That is essentially the condensed version of Trump. He made billions (we don’t exactly know how much, but Trump claims it is much higher than Forbes’ estimate of $4.5 billion) by investing in and developing a bunch of properties in the Manhattan region which could have, and almost did, go t*ts up (Donald would probably enjoy that expression, don’t you think?).
Of course, although Trump won’t like to admit that all of it was possible via his father’s loans (we will get into that later), Trump does seem to have a knack for turning one million into ten million. Also, we have a few spoilers. First, prepare yourself for a lot of gold. Like, a LOT. Spoiler #2: for all of the Trump supporters out there, there are a few cracks at Trump’s faux tan, but know that we did our best to resist them as much as possible. Give us credit.
So, For all intents and purposes, let’s take a look at the billions Trump is rolling in. Especially including all of his fancy toys (Melania Trump not included).
15. Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren – $445K
Obviously, this is not the most expensive thing Donald Trump owns, but we didn’t want to bore you with a list of skyscrapers that are basically all the same anyway. We assumed you would much rather hear about Trump’s luxury cars instead. Indeed, Trump’s wheels are pretty impressive. He owns at least five of the best, most expensive cars around, including this 2003 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren. He’s also got a 1997 Lamborghini Diablo VT, a 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Indianapolis 500 Pace Car and a couple of Rolls-Royces for good measure. When the McLaren was first introduced on the market, it came with a price tag of $445,000. Presumably, the car would be worth less now, but when Mercedes came out with this, it was one of the best of its time. It was a very powerful car, just like all of Trump’s toys.