The winning bidding will be able to select whichever model from the 2010 Camaro range they desire
Of course, all proceeds from the sale are actually going to a charity - in this case, to the American Heart Association – and then there’s always the bragging rights to owning the vehicle with a VIN ending with #100001.
The winning bidder will be able to choose which specific model and trim they want, choosing from several colors, V6 or V8 engines, a manual or automatic transmission, and various trim packages and free-flow options.
The 2010 Camaro range kicks off with the V6-powered LS, which starts at $22,995, and tops out with the SS at $33,430 without shipping costs.
GM has previously revealed that the first cars should arrive in dealerships in time for the "spring/summer" selling season.