Elvis enthusiasts given chance to buy planes owned by the King

Elvis's private jet the 'Lisa Marie' was named after his only child. Credit: Julien's Auctions

Elvis fans are being given the rare chance to buy two of his private planes, the 'Lisa Marie' and 'Hound Dog II.'

The two jets, which were designed by the King of Rock and Roll himself, have been on display at Graceland for the past 30 years.

But now anyone who has enough cash can purchase the aircraft through an exclusive sealed bidding process ending in February which is being held by Julien's Auctions.

The private jets were personally designed by Elvis Presley. Credit: Julien's Auctions

In a press release announcing the sale the auction house said: "Elvis purchased the Convair 880 Jet from Delta Airlines on 17th April, 1975 for the then very substantial amount of $250,000.

"Elvis’s jet-setting lifestyle is apparent throughout the 'Lisa Marie' jet which he used for his exclusive transportation and private air travel."

The 'Lisa Marie' jet includes a boardroom table with seating for six and a double bed. Credit: Julien's Auctions

The plane's last flight was when it transported Priscilla Presley and Elvis’s good friend George Hamilton from California to his funeral.

The 'Hound Dog II' plane was put on display at Graceland in 1984. Credit: Julien's Auctions

The 'Hound Dog II' is a Lockheed JetStar which Elvis purchased in 1975 while waiting for the 'Lisa Marie' to finish refurbishment.