How many cars would you buy if your net worth is estimated at $130 Billion? The answer for most people would probably be around 100 plus cars, but not for Bill Gates. The Microsoft founder has a relatively modest collection of cars, quite modest for the fourth richest man in the world. On the flip side, Bill has a collection of a total of five aircraft and private jets.
According to gomechanic.in Bill owns these cars;
1979 Porshe 911
1986 Porsche 959 (Only 337 units ever made)
Ferrari 348 (Ony 8000 units ever made)
2022 Porsche Taycan
2018 Ford Focus ST
From the list, it’s easy to assume that Bill is an avid Porsche enthusiast.
Another way Bill gets around is via Aircraft. According to lifestyleasia.com Bill owns these aircraft;
Cessna 208 Caravan seaplane
Gulfstream G650 x 2
Bombardier BD-700 Global Express x 2
So it’s clear Bill would rather spend millions of dollars buying aircraft instead of a car collection. Bill is clearly a man destined for the skies.
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