10 Expensive Things Owned By Mark Cuban

He is an internet billionaire entrepreneur, television personality, media proprietor, and investor with an estimated net worth close to $4.3 billion dollars, today we go inside the incredible lifestyle of Mark Cuban and take a look at 10 expensive things he owns.

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10. Preston Hollow Mega-Mansion

Described as one of the biggest houses in Dallas, Mark Cuban purchased this estate for $17.6 million in 1999 and the home was only built two years earlier.

Covering a staggering 23,676-square-feet, the home sits on seven acres of land and features 10 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms.

The house is equipped with a circle drive, which borders a fountain, and a multi-car garage with access to a full-size tennis court, a large pool and accompanying pool house.

For those lucky enough to be invited to Mark’s home, the estate has its own guest house located on the other side of the estate.

9. Gulfstream 5

A lover of air travel, one of Mar Cuban’s most expensive purchases was his slick private jet that he uses to travel between business meetings around the world.

Cubans Gulfstream 5 cost him close to $40 million dollars and features a top speed of 966 km/h and a range of 10,742 km.

Flying at up to 51,000 feet, the jet features two Rolls-Royce BR700 engines and the cockpit has Full Authority Digital Engine Controls.

The plane can carry up to four crew and 14 passengers with its first flight on November 28, 1995, and later enteing service on June 1997.

On-board features include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a range of ways to connect Apple devices to watch live TV.

8. Boeing 757 Team Mav Jet

After his purchase of the Dallas Maveriks, something we have not yet reached on our list, Mark Cuban purchased a massive Boeing 757 for the team and customized it to his exact specifications.

Providing luxury air-travel for the struggling team, Cuban’s plane get the team anywhere fast with a top speed of 982 km/h.

The plane has some luxurious upgrades with a private kitchen to feed the team and access to on-board wifi, luxurious seats and the whole plane is first class.

Completing its maiden flight on February 19, 1982, the plane has a range of 7,222 km and is thought to have cost Mark Cuban close to $100 million dollars.

Cuban also owns a boeing 767 Business jet thats even more luxurious than the teams 757.

7. American Airlines Lifetime Pass

After Mark Cuban became a billionaire, one of the first purchases he made was buying a Lifetime Pass for travel on American Airlines, one purchase he says he has never regretted.

The pass, which cost him close to $250,000 dollars, allowed Cuban to travel unlimited miles in first class and in 2004 its thought the price was close to $3 million for a pass.

American ended the program in 1994 apart fro a couple of limited one time offers and was rebranded as AirPass, today focusing on pre-paid fares at a discounted, fixed price for frequent travelers.

Cuban’s pass is still valid today and its thought an up-keep payment of $10,000 dollars per year is required to keep it active.

Other notable AAirpass holders include billionaire Michael Dell, baseball player Willie Mays, and America’s Cup-winner Dennis Conner.

6. Mercedes Benz S600 Pullman Guard

Described as one of the safest cars in the world, Mark Cuban Drives his family around in the Mercedes Benz S600 Pullman Guard, a car wth a price starting at $1.6 million dollars before optional upgrades.

The car features a Twelve-cylinder engine and the interior has an lectrotransparent partition and advanced entertainment system for all passengers.

The Pullman Guard has some interesting safety features with Run-Flat tires, bulletproof armour and a fuel tank that reseals itself if perforated by shrapnel.

The car has a panic alarm system that can be activated from within the vehicle that automatically locks doors and creates a protection zone with communication system.

The top speed of Cuban’s Pullman is 282 km/h and the car can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 8.6 seconds with 0 to 100 km/h achievable in 9.1 seconds.

5. Laguna Beach Mansion

Costing Mark Cuban an estimated $19 million dollars, this amazing home is located on the edge of the Pacific Ocean and has some amazing views.

The property offers a luxurious living lifestyle and features 6 bedrooms, walls that dissapear and a massive outdoor swimming pool.

Located in an exclusive community that offers residents free access to hotel amenities they include a concierge, room service, housekeeping, and a spa.

While Cuban uses the home maily for vacations when he is not working, the home was still the highest property sale in the area for 2018.

Part of an exclusive oceanfront community called Montage Residences, Cuban’s home has 7,867 square feet of living space and seven three-quarter bathrooms.

4. 1955 Ford Customline

Mark Cuban knows a thing or two about appreciating vintage vehicles and once took his 1955 Ford Customline to the famous folks at Grease Monkey Garage for some much needed repairs.

Introduced in 1952 as the mid-range model in that year’s US Ford range, the 1955 Ford Customline came in 2-door sedan and 4-door sedan body styles.

Totalling a production of 471,992 units, the cars had an inline six-cylinder v8 engine and has a top speed of close to 164 km/h.

The car is capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in 11.1 seconds, from 0 to 100 km/h in 11.9 seconds and the quarter mile drag time is 18.3 seconds

3. Dallas Mavericks

At the turn of the millenium, Mark Cuban purchased majority ownership of the Dallas Mavericks for a record $285 million dollars after selling his shares in Yahoo for roughly $7.4 billion dollars at the time.

Cuban Co-Owns the team with fellow Billionaire Jerry Jones and the team noticed an almost immediete improvement under Cuban as the franchise had one of the worst win-loss records in the NBA.

Cuban changed everything in the team and the changes began with his first meeting which he reportedly attended with no shoes and ate coco-pops.

Cuban upgraded the Jumbo-tron screen in the arena, booked first class hotels for travelling players and upgraded the teams facilities with screens in the dressing rooms for each player.

Cuban has often been spotted courtside arguing with officials and has been fined several times for expressing his views during games.

2. 2929 Entertainment

Founded by Mark Cuban alongside Visionary entrepreneur Todd Wagner, 2929 Entertainment has holdings in everything from film, TV and home entertainment with a specialized niche in digital content.

The company began in 2003 and has worked to produce a number interesting and thought-provoking feature films for both specialized and mainstream audiences.

Several feature films produced by the company include George Clooney’s “Good Night. And Good Luck and the company has worked with companies such as Warner Brothers, Lionsgate, Dimension, Paramount and Fox.

1. Democracy.com

Initially stating that he had purchased the domain name just incase somebody decided to do something crazy, Cuban purchased it through an undisclosed offer that was accepted immediately.

Democracy.com had originally been up for auction for a minimum bid of $300,000 dollars and was listed by Heritage Auctions on behalf of Talmage Cooley.

Cooley used the domain as a start-up social platform and its reported that Cuban completed the sale via e-mail, with his offer being accepted within minutes.

Known as a vocal critic, Cuban turned the website into his personal blog and originally registered in the 1990’s the website was once owned by the Democratic National Committee.

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