The Vauxhall Astra used in the last series of BBC's Top Gear as the "Reasonably Priced Car" is back on the market after the original sale fell through.
The vehicle is being sold to raise money for the automotive support network BEN.
The 2013 Vauxhall Astra 1.6 was driven by a host of celebrities on the show. The car was initially offered for auction late in 2015, but with the original sale now fallen through, the way is clear for one lucky fan to bid for the vehicle on eBay.
"It is a shame the original sale fell through, but this of course does mean another chance for a Top Gear fan to get their hands on a piece of the show's history, after all this was the last car to be used in the show's previous format," said David Main, Chief Executive at BEN.
"Who knows, perhaps Chris Evans or Matt LeBlanc may fancy bidding on it themselves?" he added.
The five-door "Power Red" Vauxhall Astra 1.6-litre Tech Line will be auction on eBay until 28 April, with a reserve of £10 000 (around R206 000). All proceeds from the sale will be donated to BEN.
It has 2908 miles (4680km) on the clock, and the airbags have all been disabled to make room for the roll-cage. So, in its current state, the should not be driven on public roads.