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Paul McCartney Signature Edition RX 400hYou, too, can have the Paul McCartney Signature Edition RX 400h Lexus Hybrid SUV. I’m actually a bit confused about this one. Lexus made the car and promoted it together with Sir Paul McCartney as part of his US tour (presented by Lexus).

Lexus then donated the car to one of Paul’s favorite charities, Adopt-a-Minefield as a fundraiser. Now, from what I’ve gathered, the organization did use it as a fundraiser. Now the car is up for auction. So all that I can assume is that the winner of the car from Adopt-a-Minefield is now selling the vehicle. I wonder if they’ll use the money for personal or charity use.

The car will go up for auction this Sunday in Scottsdale, AZ at the Barrett-Jackson event (#1547). More details:

Graphic theme based on Paul’s famous Hofner bass guitar and Vox AC30 amplifier; exterior hand-painted, the driver’s side detail is the back of the guitar, the passenger side shows amazing detail of the guitar’s strings and pearl inlay- with Paul McCartney’s signature in the door.

If anyone’s got the full gossip on this car (and if the seller is the contest winner, and what they’ll do with the money)…I’d love to hear it.

Via – Autoblog Green

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