Hey, “Mad Men” Fans: You Can Buy Don Draper’s ’65 Cadillac Coupe DeVille

Don Draper's "Mad Men" Cadillac Is For Sale Right Now

-Don Draper’s 1965 Cadillac Coupe DeVille was a silent but crucially important character in the last few seasons of Mad Men. Now, the actual car used to shoot the critically acclaimed and wildly successful TV drama can be yours—but you better get your bid in soon.

As Mashable reports, more than 1000 vintage items used on the Mad Men set are going up for auction at Screenbid. Most of the items are set dressing—furniture, clothing, vintage radios, old magazines, and dozens of other items that helped make the authentic 1960s milieu that made the show so great to watch.

But scroll down a bit, and you’ll see what’s bound to be the biggest-ticket item of them all: Don Draper’s 1965 Cadillac Coupe DeVille.

Offered up with an opening bid of just $1500, we’re certain that the bidding on this item will push the final price way, way higher. The mere three photos offered in the auction listing are hardly clear enough to judge by, but from our repeated re-watching of the past few seasons of Mad Men the car always seemed to be relatively straight and clean, with a nice-looking red leather interior and power windows.



Don Draper's "Mad Men" Cadillac Is For Sale Right Now

Bidding opens at 3 p.m. on July 31 and closes on August 7. If you’re in the market for Don’s Caddy, why stop there? You could wear Don’s Ray-Ban sunglasses and turquoise polo shirt, toss his toolbox, pajamas, and raggedy T-shirt and jeans in the trunk (along with a bottle of Old Grand Dad in a brown paper bag), and start a whole new life. Which, frankly, is a fitting tribute to Dick Whitman, I mean, Don Draper.

This story originally appeared on roadandtrack.com.

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