PHOENIX — The bright blue Ferrari that singer Justin Bieber “lost” for almost a month, is now sitting in north Scottsdale on the auction block.
Barrett-Jackson auctions has listed what it calls a “once-in-a-life opportunity” to purchase Bieber’s 2011 Ferrari 458 Italia F1.
Bieber had the car customized by respected car outfitter West Coast Customs and then forgot where he parked it during a night out in Hollywood in November.
It took three weeks of searching before the 2011 vehicle was recovered from a garage at the Montage Hotel.
Base price for a Ferrari 458 Italia was around $240,000 when it debuted.
The listing describes a “factory custom interior created to Justin’s specifications.”
Another note in the listings points out that according to a car report, the Frozen Blue chrome vehicle was damaged in a rear-end collision.
The Barrett-Jackson auction at WestWorld runs Jan. 14-22 but potential buyers can already place bids online.
There were no bids on the Ferrari as of early Wednesday morning.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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