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You may feel like Tim McGraw is humble and down to earth. This tracks as he discusses the vehicles he will never part with. He may have Cadillacs, Jeep Wrangler models, and Mercedes vehicles but shares equal love between Fors, Ram, and Chevrolet trucks.

What does Tim McGraw drive?

Tim McGraw has two special vehicles that he will never part with. The first is a 1969 Mercedes 280SL that his dad purchased with his check after winning the World Series.

His father, Tug McGraw, pitched for the New York Mets. As a left-handed pitcher, he also helped the Phillis win the World Series. He loved his 280SL until he passed in 2004 at the age of 59 due to a brain tumor.

Tim has kept the love for the 280SL by using it to teach his daughters to drive in. It’s a rare two-seater coupe that was in production from 1963 until 1971. It’s worth about $97,000 to $115,000 today.

A 1969 Mercedes 280SL parked in the city
1969 Mercedes 280SL | Mercedes

The next vehicle he will never sell is his 18-year-old Cadillac Escalade. The 2005 Escalde is seen as an important member of the family.

Tim has used it for nearly two decades as a beloved family hauler. He has memories of taking cheerleaders to football games, heading to basketball practice, dropping kids off at softball practice, and taking family road trips across the country.

He even took the seats out and used it to move one of his daughters to Los Angeles. It has too many memories to sell. Tim has three daughters, so the Escalade that can seat up to eight passengers is a good choice.

On the rugged side of things, Tim and his wife, Faith Hill, have enjoyed a classic 1978 Jeep Wrangler CJ-6. It’s a little red Jeep that Faith bought for Tim decades ago.

The couple talks about the Jeep often with a fondness for the rig that’s outfitted with a four-speed manual transmission and a 2.2-liter inline-four engine with 105 hp.

They also have a modern Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited model to enjoy modern tech and luxury comfort. It has leather seats, a heated steering wheel, a panoramic sunroof, parking sensors, remote start, and built-in navigation.

With the song ‘Truck Yeah,” Tim shows equal love to a variety of classic square-body trucks. He doesn’t seem to favor the Ford F-150 over the Chevy Silverado or vice versa.