Superstardom is a thing that happens to very few of us, and when we reach the pinnacle of being a celebrity, we're finally able to afford all of the luxury items that we've always wanted. This can range from that amazingly beautiful dream home to the one-of-a-kind foreign vehicles that have dominated our brains to the youngest age. Some celebrities have an affliction for classic cars, and there are quite a few amazing collections out there. George Foreman and Jay Leno are two celebrities who have amazingly detailed and large car collections that really reflect their colorful personalities. The Cadillac brand is one of those car brands that have stood the test of time and have a super loyal following behind it.
Anyone can seek out a fancy car or an expensive vehicle that'll be the envy of the neighborhood, but when someone has a true love for the vehicle and the brand, it creates a whole different level of ownership. Travis Barker is a world-famous drummer who's been the centerpiece of the band Blink 182 for over two decades, and he's showing no signs of slowing down. Travis Barker absolutely loves the Cadillac car, so much so that he has a Cadillac logo tattooed on his neck. His collection of Cadillacs is massive, ranging from the modern Escalade to the historic Eldorado. His collection has been featured on reality television shows and even notable music videos, which have featured some of his amazing rides.
20 Travis Barker’s Flat-Green Escalade
There are many different Cadillacs currently in Travis Barker's collection, and one of the most notable daily drivers is the flat-green Escalade.
Having what appears to be a plastic dip-style paint job, the Escalade boasts a massive pair of all-black rims that give the SUV a unique look.
The flat-green Escalade is a one-of-a-kind vehicle that shows Travis Barker's attention to detail and creates a unique look that you might not otherwise have seen on one of the most notable luxury SUVs on the market. (TMZ)
19 Travis Barker’s 2007 Cadillac Escalade by DUB
No Cadillac collection would be complete without a few notable exceptions, and the 2007 Cadillac Escalade has been a pinnacle in Travis Barker's collection for almost ten years.
This model, much like his flat-green Escalade, was featured in Dub Magazine as well as his reality television show that ran for a while.
The DUB edition Escalade has all of the notable features that come with a DUB edition vehicle such as the unique badging and the oversized rims that have made the brand famous. (DUB Magazine)
18 Travis Barker’s Cadillac Eldorado
When it comes to electric taste in vehicles, Travis Barker loves his Cadillac cars, and the collection of Cadillacs that he currently has in his collection is actually quite an amazing portfolio of the brand history. The Cadillac El Dorado has been featured in notable automotive publications and features one of the most jaw-dropping paint jobs that you've seen on one of these classic models to date. Coupled with a lowered suspension and a powerful motor, this is one heck of a Cadillac El Dorado that'll make any enthusiast's jaw drop. (Classic Car)
17 1976 Cadillac Eldorado
The Cadillac Eldorado has been around the block for many years, and the car continues to be one of the most famous Cadillac models to ever roll off of an assembly line.
The 1976 Cadillac Eldorado in Travis Barker's collection features a stunning paint job that's sure to make anyone's jaw drop.
The 1976 Cadillac Eldorado was the model that really defined a generation at a time when the Cadillac brand was competing with high gasoline prices and a rough economy. (Classic Car)
16 1956 Cadillac Deville
Travis Barker has a huge collection of Cadillac cars. The 1956 Cadillac Deville is one of his oldest models, and it stands to be a pretty impressive piece of the collection.
The 1956 Cadillac Deville was a car that defined true luxury in a large vehicle, and this was at a time when new luxury features like air conditioning were just beginning to make their way onto the market.
The 1956 Cadillac Deville owned by Travis Barker features the usual amazing paint job and the powerful motor that makes the car a blast to drive. (Classic Car)
15 1956 Cadillac Series 62
In addition to the one-of-a-kind 1956 Cadillac Deville that he has in his collection, there's also a 1956 Cadillac Series 62 in his collection as well. The 1956 Cadillac Series 62 is a car that took the elements of luxury that the 1956 Cadillac Deville offered and took them to the next level, and this car introduced the world to the signature level of luxury that Cadillac was renowned for delivering. As one of the rarest Cadillac models in the world, the 1956 Cadillac Series 62 is a stellar classic that's sure to light up any collection. (Nadaguides)
14 2002 Cadillac Deville
One of the more modern vehicles that are located in Travis Barker’s extensive Cadillac collection is the 2002 Cadillac Deville. This factory sedan has been featured in his reality television show and has been one of his daily drivers in addition to his Escalade. The 2002 Cadillac Deville was a great car when it was released with a nice modern interior and a powerful Northstar V8 engine that gave the car a great level of performance and comfort and which made the car one of the best Cadillac models on the market. (Motor Trend)
13 1966 Cadillac Coupe DeVille
One thing that you'll notice about Travis Barker's Cadillac collection is the fact that he has an addiction for coupes, and this has translated over to many of his Cadillac purchases.
Now, Cadillac, as a brand, hasn't traditionally been known for producing coupes, as their specialty is large luxury sedans that make a long drive one of the most pleasurable experiences on the market.
But the 1966 Cadillac Coupe DeVille is a standout car in his collection that really makes the essence of the Cadillac a special one. (Nadaguides)
12 1967 Cadillac Coupe DeVille
With every passing generation, there's a special series of Cadillac cars that really stand out from the crowd, and the 1967 Cadillac Coupe DeVille that's in Travis Barker's collection has some of the signature aspects of style that make his cars unique. The 1967 Cadillac Coupe DeVille is a big and bold car that really stands out with a powerful engine and a big bold interior that makes you feel like you're riding on air, and the signature one-of-a-kind style makes the car extremely unique. (Nadaguides)
11 Travis Barker’s Famous Stars & Straps Cadillac
Travis Barker is an excellent businessman as well as a stellar performer, and this has made him a huge amount of money over his career. The Famous Stars & Straps Cadillac is a custom Cadillac that he designed to promote his clothing brand, which has become quite popular over the last few years. The Famous Stars & Straps Cadillac is a standout vehicle that features a vinyl paint job that matches what you might find on some of the Famous clothing, making this a pretty cool car to see at the custom car shows. (Nadaguides)
10 65 Cadillac Custom Coupe
The Cadillac collection that's owned by Travis Barker is quite extensive, and this has made him one of the premier Cadillac collectors in the world. Travis Barker has an electric taste for original vehicles that have a strong sense of value and are original Cadillac models. The 65 Cadillac Custom Coupe is a unique Cadillac that you might not see too often, and Travis has restored this vehicle to its original luster, creating a one-of-a-kind Cadillac that'll most definitely stand out from the crowd. (Nadaguides)
9 1965 Coupe Deville
There's nothing that's more fun than cruising down the street in a Cadillac coupe, and the one-of-a-kind 1965 Coupe Deville is one of the most original cars in the extensive collection that's owned by Barker. A lot of people think that the only Cadillac coupe has been the El Dorado, but the 1965 Coupe Deville is another interesting two-door that really dominated the Cadillac lineup for most of the sixties with its huge interior and powerful engine that made this car glide over the road like a true land yacht. (Nadaguides)
8 2002 Cadillac Eldorado
During the early part of the new millennium, Cadillac was working on changing their image to appeal to a much younger buying demographic.
The 2002 Cadillac Eldorado was the last of a legendary generation, and this is one of the pristine cars that are currently in Travis Barker's collection.
This model was most notably purchased at the height of Blink 182’s success, and the music singer has quite a few beautiful Cadillac models in his collection. The 2002 Cadillac Eldorado was an impressive car in a lot of aspects. (Nadaguides)
7 2004 Cadillac Escalade EXT
Travis Barker already has two massive Escalade SUVs that are currently in his collection, and one of them is the stellar 2004 Cadillac Escalade EXT. This one-of-a-kind SUV was designed by General Motors to transform from an SUV into a truck. The 2004 Cadillac Escalade EXT that's in Barker’s collection features the same notable custom paint job as many of his other vehicles, and the custom aftermarket rims created a stellar look that makes this handsome SUV look like something from a TV show for sure. (TMZ)
6 2000 Cadillac STS
At the crack of the new millennium, Cadillac was shifting focus to more sporty vehicles that could bode well for a younger demographic. For their more traditional buyers, there was the 2000 Cadillac STS, a sporty and large sedan that could handle anything that you threw at it with grace and dignity.
The Travis Barker edition of the 2000 Cadillac STS features an all-black paint scheme and custom rims that give the car a certified celebrity look like no other.
The 2000 Cadillac STS was a winning car for Cadillac in many aspects. (Cargurus)
5 1937 Cadillac Phaeton 5859 (Should Own)
One of the rarest cars on the market—period—the 1937 Cadillac Phaeton 5859 is a mix of pure luxury and Cadillac essence that has graced the brand since its inception. There are many Cadillac models that Travis Barker does have in his collection, and while he's an avid Cadillac collector, the 1937 Cadillac Phaeton 5859 would be a wonderful addition to his collection of vehicles. It's coupled with the simply beautiful design that'll make for a winning combination of class and history for anyone's collection. (Cargurus)
4 1941 Series 62 Convertible (Should Own)
One thing about Travis Barker is that he loves Cadillac 2-door models, and this is evident in his collection of vehicles.
The 1941 Series 62 Convertible is one of the original Cadillac convertibles to hit the market, and it was made with a stellar blend of style and substance that really showed the car off to the world.
Travis Barker loves two-door Cadillac models, and the 1941 Series 62 Convertible would be an awesome addition to his extensive collection of Cadillac classic vehicles. (Cargurus)
3 Eldorado Biarritz (Should Own)
Travis Barker has made a name for himself with his extensive collection of Cadillacs, and one of his preferences is two-door coupes. The Eldorado Biarritz is a signature coupe that's been featured in thousands of movies and publications, as well as the car of choice for many celebrities back in the day. Travis Barker already owns quite a few Eldorado models and the Eldorado Biarritz would be a significant addition to his already amazing collection of cars. Not to mention, it's just plain cool. (Cargurus)
2 Cadillac Ciel (Should Own)
A very rare concept car that never saw the light, the Cadillac Ciel is a glimpse into what the future Cadillac might look like. With a jaw-droppingly beautiful design, the Cadillac Ciel was a car that really shaped some of the future design cues for Cadillac. Combining some of the newest luxury technologies with that timeless style that has kept Cadillac in business for decades, this is a car that Travis Barker would fall in love with. The Cadillac Ciel is downright beautiful, and it really shows the talent of GM designers. (Edmunds)
1 1961 Series 67 Park Avenue (Should Own)
Long before there was the Buick Park Avenue, there was the 1961 Cadillac Series 67 Park Avenue, a car that needs no introduction with its famous styling cues and signature huge V8 motor. The 1961 Cadillac Series 67 Park Avenue was a car that really showed the world what the Cadillac brand could offer to consumers, not to mention the downright beautiful styling cues that made the car a testament to Cadillac design. Finding one of these cars is very hard, but it's a car that would make anyone's collection a whole lot more unique. (Barrett Jackson)
Sources: Edmunds, Barrett Jackson, Cargurus, TMZ, Nadaguides