Back in the early ’90s, Johnny and June Carter Cash played a number of shows in Branson, Missouri. Cash decided to settle down in the Ozarks tourist hotspot, where he was building his own theater to perform for the massive number of tourists that flocked to the area year in and year out.
Ultimately, the theater ended up falling through, but Cash still lived in the area for a length of time. It’s unclear how long he was there, and whether or not he purchased or rented the house.
But one thing is for sure, the legendary country music duo were living pretty lavish during their time in Branson, as the gorgeous mansion sits alone on the massive Table Rock Lake.
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So, if you ever wondered what a home of Johnny Cash would look like, look no further. The $5,450,000, four bed, 4.5 bath, 9,056 square foot lake home is about as perfect as it gets.
Look at this place:
Johnny Cash’s Old ’70 Rolls-Royce Was Turned Into A Tesla
Imagine owning the 1970 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow that once belonged to the legendary Johnny Cash.
Now imagine turning it into a Tesla… because that’s exactly what just happened.
According to Digital Trends, Johnny’s old ’70s Rolls Royce was turned into a Tesla-powered electric car using the guts of a 2016 Tesla Model S.
Built by Shift Electric Vehicles in Albany, Oregon, the project was commissioned by a Johnny Cash fan that bought the car at an auction. And since Johnny’s old Rolls would’ve been a nightmare to fix, the owner decided to go electric… with as many Tesla components as possible.
“They originally approached Tesla,” says Shift EV boss Kirk Swaney:
“It was a pretty significant job to move these computers, mount them, and make them work in a functional way.”
The final project? A completely electric Rolls that even faster AND smoother than the original. And of course, they kept the original “JRC” badge as a nod to the Man in Black himself.