This auction manages to combine a piece of automotive history with a rock and roll legacy.
A 1965 Lola T70 Mk1 that once belonged to Brian Johnson, lead singer of the band AC/DC is now for sale.
This is a rare car without the rock and roll history, so it's truly something unique for the right collector. Under the hood is a small-block Ford engine that produces a whopping 640 horsepower. That number is all the more impressive when you find out that the car comes in at only 1,500 pounds. RELATED: See Images of the 1963 Lola MkVI GT
This is chassis #15 of only 15 built, and has undergone an extensive restoration. You get a few handy extra parts, too. There is a spare, painted nose and rear bodywork. It also has very low mileage with only 1,000 miles showing on the car's odometer. The auction on eBay includes a very high "Buy It Now" price, for those who have deep pockets and want to be sure they're not outbid. All you need is a cool $595,000 and it's yours. Otherwise, place your bids and you might take home a Lola once owned by a rock star. RELATED: The Father of the GT40: 1963 Lola Mk.6 GT