How many cars does Guy Fieri own?
The American food icon has been known to own some flamboyant cars – which ones does he own?
For some people, Guy Fieri is synonymous with American culture, and is best known for hosting smash hit food TV show, Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.
The show's opening credits always feature Guy in a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro. So it's no surprise that he is a car enthusiast. Let's have a look through some of the cars he owns.
1976 Jeep CJ-5
With only 120bhp, this Jeep seems like an ordinary car but it's really the value of the aesthetics of the car that makes it attractive to Fieri. This specific CJ-5 is complete with a fire wrap which mirrors Fieri's extravagant personality.
The high ground clearance and chunky tyres make it ideal for off roading. Fieri's said that he loves driving the CJ-5 down to the beach to have a picnic with his family.
1996 Chevrolet Impala SS
This rather ordinary car could well be Fieri's daily driver. We can just imagine him cruising down to a restaurant in this 1996 classic. The Impala has been in production in some form since 1958. With a 250bhp small block 5.7-litre V8 engine, this SS was the 7th generation Impala produced by Chevrolet.
1967 Chevrolet Camaro
Think of Guy Fieri and most people will think of this. If you watched Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, you will recognise this classic American muscle car. It's unclear whether he actually owns this car or if Food Network owns it but we've decided to put it on this list because Fieri and this Camaro have become one and the same.
This first-generation model Camaro was one of the very first cars in the US to break away from the slow and dreary American cars of the late 50s. With almost 400bhp coming from its 6.5-litre V8, the Camaro was a formidable rival to the 1960s Mustang, creating the 'Cold War' of muscle cars.
1968 Pontiac Firebird
This rare American classic is considered to be the best car to be made by Pontiac. The rarity of this car emphasises Fieri's love for old and rare cars. This is the very first generation Firebird which was nicknamed the 'pony car' in a press release from Pontiac.
The Firebird shared the same chassis as the 1968 Camaro and came with a 4.1-litre V8 engine which produced 250bhp, which was quite a lot in 1968. This is definitely one of the more iconic cars in Fieri's collection.