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Celeb Signed BugE to Benefit Autism Speaks

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BugEOver 100 celebs have signed a cool little one-person “all-weather” electric vehicle, and it’s up for charity auction on eBay. The Harvey Coachworks BugE is currently available for a starting bid of $10,000, with 30% of the proceeds of the auction benefiting Autism Speaks.The auction goes through December 20, and right now is a great bargain. These little electric “moto” type vehicles normally cost $9295. The auction version, however, is a pimped out one-of-a-kind shiny gold version, with celebrity signatures covering the exterior (including The Soup‘s Joel McHale, The Bachelorette‘s Trista & Ryan Sutter, Queer Eye‘s Jai Rodriguez, and The Office‘s Kate Flannery).

The BugE goes 20-40 miles on a charge and reaches top speeds of 50 mph. Go on…start bidding!

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