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Have you ever wanted to drive like a billionaire? Well, now you can.
Described as a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity," auction site Proxibid is offering the opportunity to own Warren Buffett's personal 2006 Cadillac DTS. Not only does the car boast only 20,310 miles, but it has a large autograph from the famed investor in "authentic sharpie."
The auction will begin at 10 a.m. CT (11 a.m. ET) on Wednesday, and the opening bid is $10,000, according to the site.
The car is being auctioned by Girls Incorporated of Omaha, a charity that helps girls ages 5 though 18-years-old to be "strong, smart and bold." The proceeds of the auction will go to the organization.
Last, but not least, the auction's winner will have the option to travel to Omaha to pickup the car keys directly from Buffett himself. No mention of whether the vehicle would come with investing advice.