Quick Stats: Bill Goldberg, TV host, former wrestler and actorDaily Driver: 2011 Ford F-250 Super Duty (Bill’s rating: 9 on a scale of 1 to 10)Other cars: See belowFavorite drive: Highway 76 in San Diego CountyCar he learned to drive in: 1962 Ford ThunderbirdFirst car bought: 1976 Pontiac Trans Am
Former professional wrestler Bill Goldberg is the perfect host for DIY’s “Garage Mahal,” since he treats his car collection like beloved children, knowing every nuance of each set of wheels. He values these cars so much, he built his own Garage Mahal, a monument to his love and passion that treats his impressive musclecar fleet with the dignity it deserves.
“I told my wife, when I go up to the garage and I wash my Cobra, I feel like I’m cheating on her,” he jokes.
Goldberg took time out in his schedule to talk about his collection with Motor Trend online, just after visiting our SoCal offices for an episode of “Garage Mahal.” He chuckles to himself as he begins talking about each car – he has anywhere from 18 to 21 cars at any given time.
“I’m very lucky,” Goldberg says. “We work for different reasons, and I worked for my dream and go out there anytime I want and drive them. I worked my ass off, pardon my French, to get to a position where I could fulfill my dream. My dream was to have a garage where I could put some of the coolest cars I’ve ever seen throughout my life.”
The garage that is so nice, you could almost live in it, and indeed it was once a house.
“I bought this big piece of property and that was an existing house on the property, and it was a very small four-car garage,” he says. “It was a four-car garage that they were going to build a giant monstrosity house onto. I bought the property and converted into a 6,800-square-foot garage/weight room.”
The owner of that house was a developer who converted the garage into a living structure for his family, thinking he would build a bigger house. Goldberg then bought it from him and built a large house next door.
“And me being a realist, I don’t know if I’m going to be in this position financially the rest of my life,” he says. “Hopefully I am, but God forbid if something ever happens, then I have a 6,800-foot structure that looks exactly like a house hooked onto 13 acres, that can be converted from a garage to a house instantly and seamlessly. Then I could put it on the market for God knows how much money.”
The realist in him also wouldn’t let him spend millions of dollars on a garage and just have it look like a garage. “Granted, one of my goals was to get the cover of ‘Ultimate Garages’ and hell, I did it,” he laughs. “I did it, for sure. But it’s a real cool place and something that I’m very proud and it’s worthy of my cool cars that are in there.”
Daily DriverFord F-250 Super Duty2011 Ford F-250 Super Duty. “I’m just amazed that such a workhorse of a truck can be so comfortable and so fast,” Goldberg says. “It’s absolutely amazing to drive this thing. I’ve had trucks in the past, but to have such power, torque, and comfort, it’s unbelievable. Who wouldn’t want to be able to smoke your tires in a big truck like that.”
Ford gave him this truck as part of his military tour, “Operation Drive One,” supporting troops at bases around the country. “Ford has really done something good with this truck,” he says. The only drawback, he says, is it’s got a long bed extended cab “so it’s like driving an 18 wheeler. It’s a big old truck. It’s awesome. I absolutely love the thing.”
“My brothers were big car guys. In high school, all my friends’ older brothers had these cars,” he says. “I had a number of friends whose brothers collected Dodges and Plymouths and some of the coolest cars I’ve ever seen when I was a kid. I was just flabbergasted. I was like, ‘That’s going to drive me to be successful because I want every one of these cars when I get older.’”
Goldberg doesn’t collect these cars simply for the sake of collecting. He has a profound appreciation for each car and brings up his admiration for Jay Leno as a fellow collector.
“Any boy can have money, but money doesn’t give you taste and appreciation. Leno can go out and buy every car he wanted. But if he didn’t like the cars and if he didn’t work on the cars, and he didn’t know the cars and appreciate them, then he wouldn’t be in the upper echelon of the car collectors of the world,” Goldberg says. “A guy like myself has to admire him because he has the ability to go out and buy these cars and he doesn’t just put them in a garage. He works on them and he drives them and that’s just so cool.”
1959 Chevy Biscayne
Goldberg knew the history of these cars and he saw this one at an auction. “I just wanted it; it was just so cool-looking. It was just one of those things that I went to an auction and lo and behold. Me not taking my checkbook didn’t help. I guess that’s what friends are for.”
Goldberg rates this a 9. “People have offered to buy that car more than the bulk of my collection which is ’60s-’70s musclecars. They just really like the look of this car. It’s really an eye catcher. Big fins on the back, it’s a bitchin’ car.”
1965 Shelby Cobra replica
This car is also a source of amusement for Goldberg, who imagines what people think when they see him driving it. It makes him think of a clown coming out of a circus car. “I look like a monkey trying to make love to a football,” he laughs.
1966 Jaguar XK-E Series 1 convertibleJaguar XK-E Series 1 convertible, which he bought for $11 from a friend, has an interesting backstory. “Back in 1972 my brother sought this car out for his best friend. His best friend wanted a Jaguar, so he found the car in Missouri. Flew to Missouri, drove it back to Minnesota and that’s where it sat for 35 years.”
The friend is now a successful developer who doesn’t need the money. He just wanted to make sure this classy ride went to a good home.
“I put $120,000 on to the restoration of the car. You got to do what you got to do. I’d rate it a 10 in beauty, but a 0 because I haven’t had the guts to start it up and drive it yet,” he says. “I just don’t know what I want to do with it. Do I want to show it and have it win a number of shows and then put it up for sale? Or do I want to just drive it and enjoy it? It’s been two years and I still haven’t figured out what to do with it.”
1963 Dodge 330Rating: 10Dodge 330 factory aluminum race car graces the cover of the December issue of our sister mag Hot Rod, out now. While at our SoCal headquarters, Goldberg’s TV show also transformed the Hot Rod garage into a Garage Mahal for an upcoming episode.
“We overhauled their garage and I had one of my cars up there for the cover shot and the reveal. Everybody should have a true aluminum lightweight racecar that they take on the track. That thing’s bitchin’. It’s a pushbutton automatic. You’re going 100 miles down the road and you reach down with your finger and you push a button to get it to the next gear. It’s pretty surreal,” Goldberg laughs in mid-sentence. “It’s a killer car.”
1969 Dodge Charger Rating: 10
1967 Shelby GT500
This was one of his first buys after Goldberg made it big in professional wrestling. “This is original. I bought it from Steve Davis from Barrett Jackson. The car’s not perfect, but it fills its need.”
Two 1968 Plymouth GTXs
Since he had never taken the car apart and didn’t have the knowledge, he bought the hardtop in original condition “so that I could sit it next to the convertible as I restored it and literally match up bolt for bolt, what originally went where.”
Goldberg does much of his own restoration. “I try to do as much as humanly possible. I say I get about 50 percent of the restoration done, if not more.” He also has a mechanic who was a shop teacher for 35 years who teaches him while fixing his cars. “It’s a wonderful experience. He’s a great guy and we have a lot of fun together and I learn a lot from him. So it’s great because I have a teacher along the way.”
1970 Plymouth Barracuda
1970 1/2 Camaro Z28
1968 Super Stock Dodge Dart replica
Goldberg says he opted for the replica because he wanted to drive it without worrying too much, but it turns out he didn’t have the time to really enjoy it to the fullest. “I didn’t want to think about hurting the value of the car when I took it down the quarter mile every weekend,” he says, with a laugh. “So I had one built. I’m taking that car to Barrett Jackson this year. I’m going to sell that one in January. Anybody can build one of those. I’ve had the car for eight years and I’ve probably put 50 miles on it. It just doesn’t make any sense for me to have it in my garage right now.”
1970 Pontiac GTO
1970 Boss 429 Mustang
In the 1960s servicemen coming back from duty comprised a large percentage of auto fatalities, and there were many driving safety demonstrations for servicemen in Europe. During the Vietnam War, Ford launched their safety demonstrations with these Mustangs, teaching performance driving skills to American servicemen. It also gave them a chance to keep up with the changing automotive technology back home, bringing some servicemen to tears at the sight of these cars.
“It was campaigned over in Vietnam during the war, it was part of the Ford Performance Driving tour,” Goldberg says. “It’s a really cool story, I saw a special on this car in November. In January I was wrestling in Japan during the Barrett Jackson. I get a call from one of my car guys at 4 o’clock in the morning in Japan that this cool car just crossed the block and I might want to consider buying it. I said, ‘I don’t care what it costs, you buy me that car.’” He ended up buying three cars that day – this one, the Z28, and a 1968 Yenko Camaro.
This Mustang can’t be rated. “It’s absolutely off the chart,” Goldberg says. “Of the limited number of Boss 429s made in 1969 and 1970, there were only two made with an automatic transmission, one is not in existence anymore. So I’ve got the only automatic Boss 429 in the world. The car’s got 750 miles on it.”
After a few years of owning this car, Goldberg approached Ford to replicate the driving tour for our current U.S. troops.
“I drive the thing when we go on base. It’s my military tour sponsored by Ford, 10 stops throughout the country to military bases,” Goldberg says. “I’m trying to replicate what they’ve wanted to accomplish in the tour, which originally was to boost the morale of troops and teach safety driving. I boost the morale of the troops and bring out one car and start it up and we’ve got all these activities that Ford puts on for everybody.”
So now Ford sponsors “Operation Drive One” to support U.S. troops at military bases around the country. “It’s a really cool thing and it makes you proud to be an American and proud to have the ability to do what I’m doing with this car,” Goldberg says. “It’s cool too because the local Ford dealer shows up at every one of these events and for every person who test drives a car, Ford donates $20 to the military fund. So they’re looking to donate $100 grand this year. It’s a big deal.”
1970 Pontiac Trans Am Ram Air IVRam Air III bodied car, but the motor is a Ram Air IV. They only made 87 of those that year,” Goldberg says. “The first car I ever test drove was a blue-blue ’70 Trans Am. This is a blue-blue ’70 Trans Am. But it was so fast when we test drove it as a 16-year-old kid, my mom looked at me and said, ‘You’re never going to buy this car.’”
Goldberg test drove it as a kid from somebody who was trying to sell the car and when his mom said he couldn’t buy it, he made a mental note that he’d buy it someday. “There was a reason why I liked it in the first place,” he says. “The thing is just a killer of a car. I bought it when I was doing ‘The Longest Yard.’”
1968 Yenko Camaro
While Goldberg drives all his cars, he gauges the distance he has to go for whatever the errand or drive takes and decides which car to take.
“I take that one down to Cruise Night and I take it ripping around the back roads where I live,” he says, of his local cruise night in Escondido.
“It’s a really cool deal. The cool thing about car people is we all have a common interest and an appreciation for these automobiles and an easier way of life, or a more simpler way of life,” Goldberg expounds. “There’s a lot that goes with just having a musclecar.”
1970 Dodge Coronet Rating: 9
1969 Chevy Blazer Convertible
1973 Super-Duty Trans Am
Although his Blazer was red, Goldberg never saw that as an investment, he adds. It was either paint that black or sell it.
As we go deeper into his collection, it’s impressive he can remember every little detail and history about each car. “It’s sickening, isn’t it?” he says in jest. “I just love these cars. I only took the things I really like and I’m really passionate about working on these cars. I’ll spend four hours a night just blasting cabinets, trying to clean parts off and get them prepped for paint. I do all the work.”
He was off the week we spoke with him. “Which is amazing for me. I haven’t been home in how long. My honey-to-do list is huge,” he says. “I have 35 acres here in California and I worked my ass off in front of millions of people for years and like to think that I deserve to do whatever I want right now. So I relax and I’m with my family and I work on our grove and at night I put the family to bed and I go to the garage and I work out and I work on my cars.”
While there is always something to do around the house or garage, his routine on a day off ends in front of the TV. “When I come back from the garage, I’ll watch CNN and “SportsCenter” until I go to sleep. Sometimes you need to just do nothing too to zone out. And as therapeutic as working on the cars is and working out in the yard, sometimes you just need to do nothing. That’s kind of good, too.”
1967 Mercury pickup truck
“It’s really rare because it’s just like a ’67 Ford F100 but it’s a Canadian export,” Goldberg says. “It’s my wife’s father’s truck. Her entire family learned to drive in it. They had a 600-acre grain farm up in Saskatchewan in Canada and everyone drove this truck.”
It sat outside for 35 years in the snow and Goldberg had it delivered to California where he and his mechanic restored it. “I’ve snapped every bolt off of this truck, from it being rusty and it’s the most expensive restoration on a ’67 Mercury truck that you’re going to see. But it was done for a reason. It was done because it was a truck that meant so much to my father-in-law and my wife and her sister. It’s a three-on-the tree, inline six and the thing is beautiful. When we presented to my father-in-law, he broke down in tears. He won’t let us send it back to him; he wants to keep it here. Nobody’s ever heard of a Mercury truck.”
The conversation turns to today’s economy and the American badges that have gone away in recent years. “It sucks, but it’s a sign of the times,” he says. “It’s shameful that we’ve gotten to the point where these major manufacturers are closing their doors because of one reason or another. It’s unfortunate to see these iconic brands just having their doors close but hopefully by people such as myself continue to keeping the legacy alive with the brand, they’ll be able to ride off into the sunset instead of being wiped from the face of the earth.”
Goldberg’s dedication to seeing U.S. automakers live on is part of the reason he created his collection, and it’s why he and his family preserve their family cars as a token of their past.
“Thank God for people like us that had these memories and do something about it and keep the memories alive. I’m just trying to carry on the tradition,” he says.
Car he learned to drive in Jaguar. “I learned how to drive pretty much in my grandmother’s ’62 Thunderbird, which my brother still has in his garage,” he recalls. “I used to drive it to school.”
First car bought
“My dad said get a 3.0 and a job and I’ll buy you a car and I got a 2.9 and a job at McDonald’s and he bought me a car,” Goldberg explains. “Then I got fired two days later from McDonald’s. I got fired because I ate all the food. I thought it was ridiculous that they had the stuff under a timer for four minutes and when it’s sitting there past the four minutes, they throw it away. You know what? I could eat that. I figured I’ll throw it all in a bag and then eat it later.”
His dad took the Trans Am away when he lost the job at McDonald’s. “Then I was at a job as a bouncer, it worked out real well, when I was 16 years old. Hahaha!”
Then Goldberg found out his Tran Am was stolen.
“I ended up breaking my arm playing baseball and I had this glorious idea that I as my arm was broken and since I didn’t have anything to do I was going to totally disassemble my car and restore it as a 16-year-old,” he says. “So through that process I found out it was stolen somehow and therefore I had never put it back together and it was sold on the back of a trailer because my dad just wanted it out of the house. He just wanted me to sell it and get it away from our property. It wasn’t a great experience, but it was one to talk about for sure. He said, ‘Your days of restoring this car are over with, because this car is out of here.’”
Goldberg would go to college, play football, and get drafted by the NFL to the Los Angeles Rams in 1990. That’s when he bought a new Infiniti Q45. “It was a pretty cool car at the time, four-door, really fast car.”
It wasn’t until Goldberg became a wrestler that he began his musclecar collection in earnest. Instead of buying one dream car, he bought about 20.
“They’re all splurge cars, I had a ’69 convertible Chevelle, which was the first musclecar that I bought,” he says. “That and the GTX convertible were the first two musclecars that I bought after I ‘made it big.’” He ended up not liking the look of the Chevelle and later sold it.
These days, he also has a 1992 Porsche Turbo “that’s on its way out of my collection for sure because it’s too small. It’s a bad-ass car too. ’92 single turbo 620 horse. Sickening.”
Godberg did buy his share of sports cars, although in Goldberg’s mind his classic musclecars are worth as much if not more than the European sports cars.
“The only real sports cars that I bought was my 360 Modena Ferrari and my 800-horsepower Twin Turbo Porsche,” he says. “That was one of my splurge, just buy these. I sold my Ferrari for a ’67 Hemi Plymouth GTX. So I bought my Ferrari for 180 grand and every year the Ferrari goes down 10 grand unless it’s a collectible car. So I sold it and then I put the money in a ’67 GTX, which I bought for 90 grand and I turned around the next year at Barrett Jackson and sold it for 160. So I think I did the right thing.”
Goldberg always has a reason for every decision, including why he chose to move to this home. “Absolutely. I’m a very plotting and planning individual. I knew I would make it to a point in my life where I wanted to settle down and have a house for good, and I wanted to make sure it had certain criteria, it had to be a certain size, it had to be a certain distance from the water, it had to be quiet and it had to have good roads,” he says. “I got very lucky and found this piece of property and I’m never leaving.
“Garage Mahal” and other projects
“I’m going to have a really, really kickass aspect at my site,” he describes. “When you go to my garage section, you’ll be able to scroll over that nice shot of the cars and if you scroll over a certain car, then the car will get larger and you’ll be able to click to a section where it will be me walking me around that car, telling you about that car and the reason way I have car. And if you’re a member of Team Goldberg, you’ll be able to go to a section where I start each of the cars up and burn rubber and something like that.”
In addition to his dedication on the Ford military tour to support U.S. troops, Goldberg has been busy acting and being in TV shows like NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice” as well as currently hosting DIY’s “Garage Mahal.”
But who knows, maybe in addition to an interactive garage, Goldberg might one day showcase his car collection as his tribute to American musclecars so that fans can see these beauties in person.
“That’s definitely a possibility one of these days coming up. I think it would be really cool. I’ve had that idea. I have an obligation, not only does it fulfill a childhood dream of mine, but I feel I have an obligation to pass these things on,” Goldberg says. “The problem is time – between my TV show, my tour, my 4-year-old and my beautiful wife.”
For more information on the military tour, please visit Fordoperationdriveone.com and for more information on “Garage Mahal” and Goldberg’s garage, please visit BillGoldberg.com.
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