Would You Buy Charlie Sheen's Bulletproof Maybach Landaulet 62S?


No mention of any backseat stains.

Charlie Sheen. Insanely rich Hollywood actor and ladies’ man extraordinaire. The guy can buy whatever (and whoever) the hell he wants, and one of his past purchases was this 2009 Maybach Landaulet 62S. And like most past Maybach buyers, he had his big sedan customized. How so? Bulletproof armor. Apparently the guy has enemies. But now Sheen figures it’s time to part with the Maybach and, according to TMZ.com, it’s now up for grabs on eBay.

The ad was posted by a supposed friend of Sheen’s and the Maybach has only 27,000 miles and comes fully equipped with a V12 engine, power everything, and leather upholstery. What’s more, the winner of the auction will meet with the owner for the sale if needed. That’s right, the lucky winner can meet Sheen in person, if they wish. As of this writing, the the highest bid was just over $240,000, but there's still four days left until the auction ends. Oh, and the listing had one last note before bidding began: "good luck…#winning."

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