SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (WTHR) - Another replica of Burt Reynolds' famous Trans-Am from "Smokey and the Bandit" is hitting the auction block, but you need to get loaded up and truckin' to Arizona to land the big prize.
Reynolds will personally drive the 1978 car onto the auction stage and will personally greet the winning bidder.
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According to the Palm Beach Post, the replica is the fourth the actor has put up for auction. One of the original promo cars from the movie sold in December 2014 for $450,000. A second "Bandit," which was also owned by Reynolds sold for $170,000 and a third car, which was restored from a junk heap sold for $550,000.
This week's auction makes no mention of the latest auction item having ever appeared in the 1977 film. But it is signed and Reynolds promises to be there to seal the deal with a handshake.
Bidding opens on Saturday.