Michael Schumacher’s old Ferrari team bus (from 2001-2005) will appear in Bonhams’ Les Grandes Marques Du Monde Au Grand Palais sale in Paris.
The Iveco Domino, featuring an Orlandi body, was originally decked out with two separate apartments for Schumacher and teammate Rubens Barrichello.
The bus has been turned into a luxurious motor home
Each was equipped with everything a travelling racing driver might need, including a massage table, computers and a bed.
The most recent owner has stripped out those features, turning the bus into a luxurious and roomy motor home.
However, it’s certainly not one for shrinking violets.
The bus still retains its original rosso corsa branding, which is guaranteed to contrast dramatically with the beiges and whites seen in your average caravan park.
Bonhams comments: “Finished in Rosso Corsa with beige leather upholstery, it still displays its distinctive 'Scuderia Ferrari' branding and is surely the ultimate in accommodation for the globetrotting motor sports enthusiast...
“An intimate and unique piece of Ferrari's Formula 1 history dating from a period when the 'Prancing Horse' enjoyed almost unprecedented success.”
The lot is valued at $186,714 ahead of the February 8 sale.
An enormous range of cars will feature in the sale, including a spectacular Bugatti Type 57T raced by Earl Howe during the 1930s.
We have a signed photograph of F1 star Sebastian Vettel for sale.
Please sign up to our free newsletter to receive exciting news about car auctions.