Staluppi is the founder of the Atlantic Auto Group. Atlantic operates 25 dealerships in Long Island and five dealerships in Nevada. Each year the group sells 50,000 new cars and 20,000 used cars and services nearly 1 million cars. Atlantic Auto Group is the third-
The net worth of John Staluppi is estimated at US$ 400 million. He is an active philanthropist, donating to many good causes such as the Make A Wish foundation. Staluppi has his own website.
John and his wife Jeanette live in a large waterfront property in Palm Beach Gardens. The house is situated on the North Palm Beach Water Way, which gives access to the Atlantic Ocean.
Staluppi was the owner of a rare car collection / museum named Cars of Dreams. The museum has a collection of 120 fully restored cars, trucks and motorcycles, most from the 1950’s . In 2012 the entire collection was sold at RM Auctions, generating US$ 11.5 million. The most expensive car was a 1952 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible, which sold for US$ 299,750.
John Staluppi is the owner of a Bombardier Global 6000 private jet with registration N17JS. The jet was delivered in 2016 and has a purchase price of US$ 45 million. She is listed for sale. Staluppi previously owned a 2010 Gulfstream G550, with the same registration.
The yacht Skyfall is a 58 meter (190ft) motor yacht delivered in 2010 by Trinity. She was built as Mi Sueno for Michael Moreno, founder of the Moreno Group which is active in the oil and gas business and in real estate. Skyfall has accommodations for 17 guests in 7 cabins and a crew of 13. Her interior is designed by Patrick Knowles. Skyfall has a shallow draft so she can easily reach the Bahamas. In February 2018 Skyfall was sold to real estate developer Roy E Carroll.
John Stallupi has owned many yachts -
Staluppi has a new yacht under construction, the 69 meter (226ft) Benetti Spectre, which will be delivered in 2018. Spectre is built as Project 269, is designed by Mulder Design and will feature a Hi Speed Cruising Hull. Spectre will have a range of 6,500 miles at 12 knots, and a top speed of about 21 knots, which is 30% more than a traditional displacement hull. Spectre will accommodate 12 guests and a crew of 10.