Justin Bieber’s custom made 2011 Ferrari 458 Italia F1 will cross the block at Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale auction.
The car was modified by West Coast Customs, the company featured on the wildly popular MTV show Pimp My Ride.
Bieber commissioned West Coast Customs to modify his Ferrari
It’s wrapped in a sleek body kit by Japanese maker Liberty Walk, while the interior was produced to Bieber’s specifications by Ferrari’s in-house team.
The star had just turned 17 at the time, as evinced by the car's outlandish styling. It has since been repaired following a rear end collision.
The model usually sells for around $150,000-250,000 on the secondary market, but Bieber’s star power and the car's custom looks is likely to give it a significant push.
Bieber is not the only celebrity consigning a car into the January 14-22 auction.
Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler will offer his 2012 Hennessey Venom GT Spyder.
The Hennessey Venom GT is the world’s fastest production car, capable of speeds up to 270mph. This is one of only 12 convertible versions.
Tyler bought it for $1.1m in 2012, a figure it’s likely to exceed by a healthy margin.
The proceeds from the sale of the car will go to Tyler’s charity, Janie’s Fund, which works to help girls who have been victims of abuse.
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