If you have at least $50,000 to bid, you may be able to own a piece of American history. Starting today you can bid On 'Air Force One'. This particular presidential plane shuttled every U.S. president from Gerald Ford to George W. Bush. To learn more about the auction or to bid visit the GSA Auction site.
Whether you are bidding or not, learn about past and present state vehicles been used by Presidents.
President Taft's Motor Car in 1909
President Franklin D. Roosevelt used the 1939 Lincoln K-Series, also known as, "Sunshine Special."
1950 Lincoln Cosmopolitan was used by Presidents Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, and John F. Kennedy.
President Dwight Eisenhower riding in a 1950 Lincoln Cosmopolitan.
JFK shown stepping out of his presidential limousine.
President Gerald Ford riding in the 1972 Lincoln Cosmopolitan, waving to supporters through the sunroof.
President Richard Nixon's 1969 Lincoln Continental.
President Richard Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon in 1972 seen riding in a 1969 Lincoln Continental.
President Nixon caught candidly leaping from the 1969 Lincoln Continental.
1969 Lincoln Continental, used by President Richard Nixon.
The 1972 Lincoln Continental was used by Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, and Ronald Reagan.
The 1983 Cadillac Fleetwood used by President Reagan.
the 1989 Lincoln Town Car was used by President's Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush.
The 1993 Cadillac Fleetwood was used by President Bill Clinton.
This is the 2005 Cadillac DTS used by George W. Bush.
President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan in March 2006.
Obama's "Cadillac One" in the 2009 Presidential Inaugural Parade.
Sasha Obama looking at the crowds through the window of "Cadillac One" in the 2009 Presidential Parade.
Presidential Limos in front of the White House in 2009.
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden riding in the back of 2009 state vehicle, "Cadillac One".
President Obama boarding the 2011 Ground Force One.
The Ground Force One bus leads motorcade in 2011.
The VC-118 Independence used primarily by President Truman.
The VC-121 Columbine III used by President Eisenhower.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt's C-54 Skymaster aircraft, nicknamed "the Sacred Cow".
Air Force One in use by Presidents Kennedy to Clinton.
Air Force One flying over Mount Rushmore.
Boeing 707 SAM 27000 served Presidents Nixon to George H. W. Bush, and was the primary transport for Nixon to Reagan.
President Barack Obama meets his staff in Air Force One's Conference Room.
Air Force One in Hickam Air Force Base in Honolulu, HI with President George W. Bush aboard in 2003.
The use of helicopter transportation, known as Marine One, began in 1957 when President Dwight D. Eisenhower was in office.
The USS Mayflower used from 1905-1929. During that time it was used for different purposes by Presidents Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson and Herbert Hoover.
USS Sequoia was a presidential yacht used from 1933-1935 by Herbert Hoover and sold by Jimmy Carter in 1977.
USS Despatch was the first presidential yacht, commissioned from 1873-1891.
USS Sylph (PY-5) was a steam yacht that served as a Presidential yacht from the late 19th century through to the early 1920s
USS Williamsburg was a US Navy gunboat, a former private yacht, that served as a presidential yacht from 1945 to 1953.
The USS Potomac was President Franklin Roosevelt presidential yacht from 1936 until his death in 1945.
Ferdinand Magellan Rail Car, also known as U.S. Car. No.1, served as a Presidential rail car from 1943 until 1958.
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A 7.8 magnitude earthquake centered less than 50 miles from Kathmandu rocked Nepal with devastating force early Saturday, killing at least 1,400 people -- and probably more -- in Nepal's capital city, authorities said.