When it comes to being a wealthy music star, there's no limit to the number of nice things that you’ll be able to buy, and automobiles are one of the most popular assets of choice for the affluent to buy as a sign of status or just a hobby. Country music stars are known for their love of custom cars and motorcycles, and one of the biggest country music stars in the world is Toby Keith. A man whose singles have topped chart after chart, he knows a thing or two about making a hit song. Toby Keith has owned an extensive amount of cars, and for a long time, Keith was the spokesperson for Ford Trucks and many other notable brands.
With an extensive resume like this, it's no wonder that Toby Keith has amassed quite the car collection over the years, as he has an appetite for classic cars, trucks, and just about every interesting form of vehicle in between. The extensive collection has been featured in many magazines as well as TV shows where Keith has been able to show off the eclectic tastes that he has in vehicles. Just because Toby Keith is an accomplished musician, businessman, and family man doesn’t mean that he has to put his car collecting hobby to the side. The cars that are in Toby Keith’s collection are some of the most original and rarest that you'll see.
20 Ford Expedition limousine
The thing about country music singers is that they like things bigger, and as you might know, everything's bigger in Texas. There's one notable car in Toby Keith's collection that needs no introduction, and that's the huge Ford Expedition Limousine. This one-of-a-kind SUV saw limited popularity as a production vehicle and was discontinued by Ford, but as a limousine, the Expedition saw a major resurgence in popularity, and the Toby Keith edition is even fancier. (Truckin')
19 69 Mach 1 Ford Mustang
Seen in the Whiskey Girl music video, the 69 Mach 1 Ford Mustang is one of the cars that's been in Toby Keith's fleet for some time now. Much rarer than your average run-of-the-mill Mustang, the 69 Mach 1 Ford Mustang is a stellar blend of style and speed combined in a limited-edition package. The 69 Mach 1 Ford Mustang is one of the most desirable packages in the Ford Mustang lineup, and it goes to show just how detailed Toby Keith is when it comes to picking a classic vehicle. (Hot Rod)
18 72 Oldsmobile Cutlass
One thing about Toby Keith is that he isn’t particularly a brand loyalist, so in addition to his Ford Mustang Mach 1, he also has a 72 Oldsmobile Cutlass.
The 72 Oldsmobile Cutlass was one of the most impressive muscle cars to hit the scene, with a powerful 442 engine that was notorious for a massive amount of torque and power.
The Cutlass 442 was also a step above the run-of-the-mill Chevrolet Chevelle, as it had many more luxury features that made it a much more desirable choice for a lot of consumers who wanted something different. (Hot Rod)
17 77 Pontiac Trans Am
There have been many legendary muscle cars throughout the decades, but one that comes to mind more often than not is the 77 Pontiac Trans Am. The Pontiac Trans Am is a truly unique muscle car that took many of the aspects that made the Camaro a great car and improved on them even more. The notable rocker hood and the screaming bird on the hood on the Firebird are just two of the standout features, and the Pontiac-derived V8 engine provides the car with legendary power that few pony cars can compete with. (Hot Rod)
16 63 Chevy Impala
The Chevrolet Impala is a piece of automotive history, as it's been around in one form or another for over fifty years. This big and bold sedan has made a name for itself by combining performance with style and substance, giving the family sedan a whole new face.
The 63 Impala that resides in Toby Keith's collection is a signature beauty with an all-original paint job and an original Chevrolet engine to match.
Toby Keith is a big man, and thus, it takes a big sedan to drive him around in style. (Hot Rod)
15 Mercedes-Benz GLS-450
Toby Keith has a large family, and he likes his family to ride in style and safety, making the Mercedes-Benz GLS-450 the SUV of choice that he purchased his daughter. Recently, the Mercedes-Benz GLS-450 that Toby Keith owns was featured on social media for saving his daughter's life when she was in a bad car accident. The Mercedes was visibly damaged in the rear and on the sides, but the SUV managed to save her life in the accident, which could've been worse. (TMZ)
14 1930 Lincoln Model L
There are quite a few cars in Toby Keith's collection that make it worthwhile, and he seems to pick cars, which really stand out from the crowd. One of the more unique cars that are in Toby Keith's collection happens to be a very rare 1930 Lincoln Model L, a car that isn't seen very often in automotive circles. The 1930 Lincoln Model L is an exclusive luxury car that was the pinnacle of the original Lincoln lineup, and the car fits with the style of the Toby Keith collection. (Hot Rod)
13 1934 Ford suicide-door cabriolet
One of the more recent cars in the Toby Keith collection is the rather unique 1934 Ford suicide-door cabriolet, a wonderful little hot rod that's known for its unique style and spunky engine. The 1934 Ford suicide-door cabriolet was the car of choice for hot rod collectors during the nineties, and Toby Keith appears to have gotten this memo, as he's added this car to his collection. With the bright-red paint job and the chrome rims, the 1934 Ford suicide-door cabriolet is a one-of-a-kind standout that would make any car collection great. (Hot Rod)
12 Ford F150 Harley Davidson
Toby Keith was the spokesperson for Ford vehicles for a lot of years, and thus, it's no surprise that he has a few nice Ford trucks in his collection. The Ford F150 Harley Davidson is a limited-edition truck that was released for the vast majority of Harley Davidson owners who'd like a matching truck to go with their motorcycles. On top of the Ford F150 Harley Davidson having a custom paint job, the truck also had a supercharged V8 engine that gave the truck a good deal of power and some stylish factory chrome rims that made the truck look great. (Truckin')
11 2002 Ford F-350 Tonka Concept
There have been many cars from Toby Keith’s personal collection featured in his music videos, and one such truck is the 2002 Ford F-350 Tonka Concept.
This one-of-a-kind radical concept was featured in his Who’s Your Daddy video and showed the world just how wild Ford could be with their truck designs.
The truck was obviously a concept car, but the company allowed Keith to take it home for his video shoot because he was the Ford spokesperson after all. The 2002 Ford F-350 Tonka Concept is something wild that hadn’t been seen before, and Ford was looking to generate interest in their Super Duty line. (Truckin')
10 Ford F-450 Dually
What country music star's car collection would be complete without something to pull horses with? And that's exactly what Toby Keith uses his massive Ford F-450 Dually for. This beast of a truck has a massive towing capacity that's one of the best in its class. Coupled with a class-leading interior that's based around driver comfort, the Ford F-450 Dually is one big way to pull some horses, a boat, or just about anything else that Toby Keith can think of to pull in his massive ranch in Oklahoma. (Truckin')
9 Ford F150 Raptor
Being the Ford Truck spokesperson for so long has its perks, and one of them is getting to test out and bring home the newest models before the general public. One truck that Toby Keith has been spotted in time and time again is the stellar Ford F150 Raptor, which is a fun performance truck that takes a massive 6.2L engine and crams it into a Baja racing-inspired design. The Ford F 150 Raptor is also one of the newest models in Toby Keith’s lineup, and while it's not a generic truck, by any means, the F150 Raptor is certainly an awesome performance truck. (Truckin')
8 Ford GT 40
Of course, even though Toby Keith is the Ford Truck spokesperson, that doesn’t mean that he can’t have a fun car every now and again. The Ford GT 40 is the car of choice for quite a few country music musicians including Alan Jackson, and the car is one of the most powerful on the road, with good reason. The Ford GT40 was inspired by the legendary supercar that won many races for Ford Racing, and thus, the production car is one of the fastest in the world with a beautiful design and a functional interior. (Nadaguides)
7 Harley Davidson Softail Sportster
Toby Keith is a car guy in every sense of the term, so it shouldn't be surprising that he has a stellar car collection to match. But the guy is also an avid motorcycle owner who's owned a few of them over his massive country music career.
Most notable is his Harley Davidson Softail Sportster, a motorcycle which was featured in his God Love Her music video.
This one-of-a-kind motorcycle is lightweight and easy to ride, and of course, Toby Keith has added his own personal touches to this bike, which make it a unique part of his collection. (Hot Bike)
6 Lincoln Navigator
Just because Toby Keith is a country boy doesn’t mean that he doesn’t like to ride in style, and there's one car in his collection that he saves for those weekend rides. The Lincoln Navigator in Toby Keith’s fleet is a big, comfortable SUV that was sold with all of the luxury bells and whistles that make a long road trip breeze by. The Lincoln Navigator is the signature SUV from the Ford Motor Company, and it was the SUV that sparked the luxury SUV revolution during the nineties and forced GM to slap a Cadillac badge on their Chevrolet Tahoe and call it the 'Escalade.' (Truckin')
5 Lincoln Blackwood
Toby Keith, at one time, owned a very rare truck that was released by Ford for one year, and that was the Lincoln Blackwood. This limited-edition truck was based on the Navigator and was sold as a special-edition truck to commemorate the Lincoln anniversary.
Unfortunately, the truck was largely unusable due to a truck bed that was lined with satin and an exterior that was covered in authentic black wood, which made this truck hard to use for actual labor.
The Lincoln Blackwood, to this day, is a very limited-edition truck and has held its value over time. (Nadaguides)
4 Ford Expedition EX-L
The big old Ford Expedition EX-L is an SUV that Toby Keith recently added to his fleet, as the modern-day replacement for the Excursion, the EX-L, is the way to ride in style in the big blue oval SUV. Of course, Toby Keith’s model is all blacked out, and that's just how he likes it. What makes the EX-L special over a generic Expedition is the fact that the wheelbase is so long, making for three rows of comfortable seating that'll fit adults and children alike, whether you're going for a long ride or a short ride to the local beaches. (Truckin')
3 Ford F-150 Platinum
The Ford F-150 Platinum is another rare truck in Toby Keith’s fleet, as the modern-day incarnation of the Lincoln Mark LT luxury truck, the Ford F-150 Platinum, has all of the bells and whistles that you'd expect on a much more expensive luxury vehicle. The Ford F-150 Platinum also features a standout paint job and exterior details that make it stand out from the pack, similar to how a comparable Silverado High Country or a GMC Sierra Denali would. This is one expensive Ford truck and one that will make any owner gleam when he takes it in to get it detailed. (Truckin')
2 Ford Mustang Bullitt
Another rare car in the Toby Keith fleet is the Ford Mustang Bullitt, a limited-edition model that was released in the early 2000s. The Ford Mustang Bullitt is notable for its stealthy green paint job and the factory Torq Thrust-inspired rims that it came with. This was definitely a Mustang worth purchasing if you have to have one of the Ford Edge-designed models. With the powerful supercharged GT engine, the Ford Mustang Bullitt is one of the best models to come out of the blue oval in the last few decades, and it's extremely rare. (Hot Rod)
1 Ford Mustang GT500
Probably the best Mustang in the Toby Keith fleet is the Ford Mustang GT500, a legendary model that was designed by Carroll Shelby. The Ford Mustang GT500 is known for its one-of-a-kind paint job and the stellar design characteristics that went into the design of its engine, which gives it superior performance over the average Mustang model. The Ford Mustang GT500 was designed by Carroll Shelby, so naturally, the model is going to have performance enhancements over the average Mustang as well as being worth a considerable amount of money. (Hot Rod)
Sources: Hot Rod, Truckin', Nadaguides