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Justin Bieber fans, we’ve got some good news and some bad news. The good news is that you now have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase something that has been in contact with Biebs’s ass more times than only his mother’s hands. The bad news is that it’s a neon blue Ferrari 458 Italia F1 Edition, and if a previous auction for his dirty milk glass is anything to go by, it’s going to cost you a ton of money.

The neon demon was custom-built by West Coast Customs, and is the same one the megastar infamously “misplaced” after a long night partying in a Hollywood nightclub. He lost the car for three weeks after that incident, but now he’s about to lose it for good as it goes up for auction over at Barrett-Jackson.

According to the listing, the car’s exterior is wrapped in “Frozen Blue” chrome and is equipped with a “wide-body kit” by Liberty Walk, including full custom fender flares, a front splitter, a side skirt splitter, and a rear wing. The interior includes a custom 2,000-watt 10-inch subwoofer with matching MB Quart separates, as well as custom upholstery created to Justin’s taste specifications.

The original car costs well in excess of $200,000, but given the fact this one was modified by West Coast Customs and was owned by Justin Bieber, it’s likely to go for a whole lot more. You could say the sale is a sign of his growing maturity, but cynics will likely argue the money from the sale will only go towards something even more outlandish.

Check out the car above, then head over to Barrett-Jackson to make a bid.

In other news, Volkswagen’s self-driving I.D. Buzz brings the iconic VW bus into the future.

Daniel is the editor of Highsnobiety Life. He grew up in north of England and is now based in Berlin.

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