Despite some of the most epic business failures of Donald Trump, the man is filthy rich and he isn't afraid to show it. From diamond-encrusted doors to gold seat belts proudly on display for all to see, there's no doubt about how much money he has. But the things that Donald Trump owns borders on cartoonish, lacking class and finesse like the best of Trump's tweets.
According to Forbes, Donald Trump's net worth is $3.5 billion. That includes $1.7 for his New York City real estate alone, plus $630 million for miscellaneous real estate, another $620 million for golf clubs and resorts, and $230 million for Trump brand businesses. The other $270 are his personal assets. So what are these assets? What does Donald Trump own? Take a look at some of the most ridiculous Donald Trump homes, vehicles, and other possessions and vote up the comically gaudy things.
Penthouse Doors Made Of Gold And Diamonds
If you ever make it to the penthouse an the top of Trump Tower, you'll find yourself face-to-face with a blaze of gaudiness. The two giant doors are encrusted in both gold and diamonds. Just in case you weren't sure about Donald Trump's wealth, he's planted these ridiculous doors to remove any doubt before you even step inside.
Private Golden Boeing 757
Donald Trump purchased his own personal, custom-made Boeing 757 in 2011. Custom-made in what way? Well, for starters, there's a bathroom with a gold-plated sink and all the seats have gold-plated belts. It also has an office and several bedrooms. The plane needed new engines at one point, so he had them replaced with two engines from a Rolls Royce. The 757 is valued at over $35 million.
Gold Motorcycle From American Chopper
On an episode of American Chopper, the guys built and gifted Donald Trump a custom-made bike. Is it plated in gold? Why, yes. Yes, it is. And it's got Trump's second favorite thing on it: his name. Not that Donald needs free bikes, but it probably didn't hurt that American Chopper's Paul Teutul, Sr. was a contestant at the time on Celebrity Apprentice.
Long before Mar-a-Lago became Donald Trump's lavish Florida retreat, .the 20-acre estate was built in 1927 by cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post for $7 million. In 1973, she donated it to the US government with the intention that it would be used by the president as "the winter White House." However, the government found that maintaining the property was too much and returned it to the Post estate. It was put up for sale and bought by Donald Trump in 1985.
The estate includes a ballroom containing $7 million in gold leaves and four different gold-plated sinks. (When it comes to Trump's possessions, it might be easier to name ones that aren't covered in gold.)