STRADMAN’S CAR COLLECTION ALWAYS SEEMS TO BE CHANGING, WITH NEW CARS GOING IN AND OUT, BUT WHAT CARS DOES HE ACTUALLY OWN IN 2022?
The Stradman is a Utah-based automotive YouTuber who launched his channel ten years ago and has since gained over 3.7 million subscribers. Stradman’s car collection is very well known due to the crazy coloured wraps he loves to have on his cars. He’s also known in the automotive Youtube space for his crazy stunts such as letting a 17-year-old take his driver test in a Bugatti Chiron and picking up his friends from school in a Koenigsegg Regera.
James, or Stradman as most people know him, as also owns an absolutely insane garage of supercars including a savage title rebuilt Lamborghini Aventador, and “the cheapest Bugatti Veyron in the world” which he considers the pride of his collection.
Below is a list of the cars currently in The Stradman’s Car Collection, as of July 2022.
2016 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster Pirelli Edition
Approximate value: $350,000
The first car featured in Stradman’s car collection is a 2016 Aventador Roadster. This car is incredibly special, as it is part of a limited run of Pirelli Edition Roadsters that Lamborghini produced.
The car was purchased as a salvage title from Chicago after it rear-ended a police cruiser. Since then, Stradman has rebuilt the Aventador and added a 1/50 limited edition Liberty Walk wide body kit, custom Rosa Acantis paint job, and custom wheels.
The car also features a custom white interior with pink details to complement the exterior of the car which cost The Stradman an absolutely mind-blowing $50,000.
2015 Ferrari 458 Spider
Approximate value: $265,000
Another wide-body car in Stradmans car collection is his unique Ferrari 458 Spider with a custom Liberty Walk wide-body kit. The car features a black leather interior and is finished in a custom Lamborghini Viola Parsifae paint job, normally only available for customers of the Lamborghini Ad Personam programme.
In one of his previous videos, Stradman stated that it is the best-sounding car in his collection. This seems to be the common statement amongst many custom Ferrari 458 owners, including world kickboxing champion Andrew Tate.
2003 Lamborghini Murcielago 40th Anniversary Edition
Approximate value: $450,000
The only modern stock Lamborghini in Stradman’s car collection is the beautiful Lamborghini Murcielago 40th Anniversary Edition which he purchased back in 2021.
The car is finished in a beautiful Verde Artemis which is one of the more unique colours you can spot on Lamborghini Murcielagos. However, the thing that makes this particular Lamborghini worth over $400,000 is the gated manual transmission that most future owners constantly look for, making it one of the most expensive cars in Stradman’s garage.
2020 Ram TRX
Approximate value: $95,000
The first SUV featured in the Stradmans car collection is the monstrous 2020 Ram TRX. Featuring an Alcantara interior and quite a high-level spec, the car is a perfect choice for any offroad adventure you can throw at it.
The TRX is powered by the legendary 6.2L supercharged Hellcat engine producing an insane 702 horsepower which makes it a true offroad monster. Although the car is currently stock, we expect the Stradman to modify it like most other cars in his garage.
2008 Bugatti Veyron
Approximate value: $1,100,000
One of the wildest and most expensive cars in Stradman’s collection is his 2008 Bugatti Veyron. The car was purchased by the Stradman as the cheapest Bugatti in the world at the time thanks to its, should we say, “less than perfect” history. The car also has over 24,000 miles, making it one of the higher mileage Veyron’s around.
Since purchasing the car, the stradman had modified it with a custom exhaust system, worth over $38,000, a custom two-tone wrap in chrome and pink, as well as custom wheels and other modifications.
2012 Lamborghini Aventador
Approximate value: $250,000
Probably the most recognisable car in Stradmans car collection is his 2012 Lamborghini Aventador. The car is highly modified featuring a carbon fibre hood, roof spoiler and white wheels, although Stradman seems to change the colour of his Aventador wrap quite a bit thanks to his partnership with vinyl manufacturer KPMF.
This particular Aventador, however, has lived a life that would make even the most hardcore Lamborghini owners cringe. The Stradman had previously used it for stunts such as putting snow tracks on it with the Diesel brothers and fitting it with a $12,000 super loud Frequency Intelligence Exhaust.
2020 Jeep Gladiator Hellasaurus 6×6
Approximate value: $225,000
If Stradman ever finds himself in a middle of a Zombie Apocalypse, he can definitely rely on his monstrous custom Jeep Gladiator Hellesaurus 6×6 built by Agility Customs. The Hellesaurus is a V8 Hellcat-powered beast capable of close to 1,000 horsepower, which is definitely needed considering the ginormous size of this truck.
The car is wrapped in Stradman’s signature purple wrap and features 1-tonne axles, with 42-inch tyres ensuring the ultimate grip in any scenario. This makes the Gladiator a true zombie-proof vehicle capable of handling almost anything.
Ferrari F430 Challenge Race Car
Approximate value: $75,000
Another car in Stradman’s car collection is an ex-Ferrari Challenge race car, based on the Ferrari F430 which Stradman bought back in 2019 and has since wrapped in a two-tone silver and red wrap.
The car features a custom wide-body from the factory, as well as an enormous carbon-fibre wing plus all the other extras you would expect to find on any high-level race car including a fire extinguisher, removable steering wheel, and more.
2021 Polaris RZR
Approximate value: $30,000
Up next is Stradmans offroad toy, a 2021 Polaris RZR which he purchased in the summer of 2021. This particular RZR is the Pro XP 4 edition featuring a high output audio system with over 800-watt of power and an LED back-lit speaker system. This offroader is capable of carrying up to 4 riders and has over 22” of usable suspension travel.
However, as Stradman quickly found out, the increased suspension travel does come at a cost when he ended up flipping it the first time he took the vehicle offroading. Thankfully, no one was hurt during the crash, and the Stradman had the perfect title for his collection video, yielding him over one million views!
1997 Toyota Supra Turbo
Approximate value: $100,000
Among many exotic cars, Stradman is also a proud owner of one of the most, if not the most legendary Japanese cars around – the Toyota Supra. This particular car is a 1997 Toyota Supra Turbo powered by the iconic Twin-Turbo 2JZ engine known for its insane power potential.
The car is a left-hand drive, automatic model and has a classy black-leather interior and is finished in beautiful metallic white colour. The Stradman is currently keeping the car stock to presumably preserve its value as more car collectors are looking to acquire one of these JDM legends.
2017 Nissan GTR
Approximate value: $190,000
Although most readers would think that the Bugatti Veyron is the fastest car in Stradman’s car collection, it is in fact this insane 1565-wheel horsepower Nissan GTR. The Stradman apparently spent over $80,000 turning this already fast GTR into the ultimate Supercar Killer.
The Stradman had previously tested this ridiculous GTR in a race against his Bugatti Veyron, as well as the incredibly fast Tesla Model S Plaid, beating them both with ease making this GTR a force to be reckoned with.
1987 Lamborghini Countach 5000 QV
Approximate value: $625,000
One of the latest additions to Stradman’s car collection is this gorgeous white-on-white Lamborghini Countach 5000 QV which Stradman purchased from John Temerian at Curated, a Miami-based classic car dealership that is known all over the world for their expertise when it comes to classic Lamborghinis.
The Countach is an iconic poster car that many petrolheads grew up admiring, so it’s no surprise that The Stradman purchased this classic car to add to his collection. It will be interesting to see what direction The Stradman decides to take this vehicle, once it has been restored to its former glory.
1985 Lamborghini Countach Agostini Junior Car
Approximate value: $50,000
Another crazy car in Stradman’s collection is what he called the “Baby Countach”. What Stradman himself described as the most erratic purchase he’s ever made is, this unique creation is one of only twenty in the world making it the rarest thing on wheels that Stradman owns.
The Baby Countach is powered by a 400cc engine and was allegedly commissioned by a middle-eastern client in the 1980s, as one-of-build for his kids to play with. The car is a near-perfect mini version of the Countach and has everything you would expect from a normal vehicle including replica Countach leather seats and a working horn.
1985 Lamborghini Espada
Approximate value: $160,000
One of the newest additions to Stradman’s car collection is his pink Lamborghini Espada. The Espada features a front-engined V12 engine combined with a five-speed manual transmission. Although far from the most powerful Lamborghini, the Espada played a large part in Lamborghini history and is a nice addition to Stradman’s classic car collection.
According to James, the car was painted pink over 40 years ago and features a white interior to complete the retro look. Stradman stated that he bought the car as an impulse decision, but is happy that it will be joining his pink Lamborghini lineup.
2023 Corvette Z06
Approximate value: $173,000
After selling his highly-modified Corvette Z06, Stradman has recently acquired a brand new 2023 Z06 as a replacement. The car is powered by a 670 horsepower V8 and has quickly become a favourite amongst many automotive YouTubers.
The car is painted in Accelerate Yellow and has every option ticked off resulting in a very high-spec example. Such options include a full carbon fibre package on the exterior and a carbon fibre steering wheel. As well as its unique spec, the car features a $12,000 carbon wheel option setting it apart from most other Corvettes.
2023 Ferrari 812 Superfast
Approximate value: $420,000
The latest Ferrari in Stradman’s car collection is his Ferrari 812 Superfast. Stradman has mentioned that he was trying to get an 812 Superfast for a while now, before finding this example. The 812 is powered by a 6.5l V12 engine which sounds absolutely incredible as shown in Stradman’s collection video.
The car is finished in white and features a black leather interior with a quilted headliner and quilted seat option with yellow stitching.
2006 Lamborghini Gallardo
Approximate value: $140,000
Probably the most special car in The Stradman’s supercar collection is his gated manual, twin-turbocharged 2006 Lamborghini Gallardo. James purchased the vehicle over six years ago as his first supercar, effectively marking the start of this supercar journey.
Since 2015, the vehicle has been making consistent appearances on his channels and has always remained in his garage as a reminder of his journey to success which included living in his car and effectively being homeless during the start of his YouTube days.
For those keeping count, Stradman’s car collection is worth nearly $4,700,000 making it one of the most impressive YouTuber car collections around which is no surprise considering we have seen Stradman’s net worth continue to grow exponentially thanks to his YouTube success and business partnerships.
This number is even more impressive when you consider that Stradman started his channel as a car spotter after moving to Beverly Hills eight years ago to pursue his dreams as an Automotive YouTuber. No one could argue that this makes Stradman a huge inspiration to his audience which has recently reached over 3,700,000 subscribers.