(CNN) - Two jets once owned and personally designed by Elvis Presley are up for sale. One is named the "Lisa Marie," after Presley's daughter.
It features gold bathroom fixtures, a stereo system with 52 speakers and a queen-sized bed. The other is the "Hound Dog II," which was said to be Presley's back-up plane.
Presley's father sold the planes in 1978, but reached a deal with the owners to park them at Graceland as part of the museum tour. Negotiations to keep them there have fallen through, so the plane's owners are looking to sell.
The planes haven't been flown since 1984.