George W. Bush's autographed truck to be auctioned
Former US President George W. Bush's pickup truck is set to go under the hammer in a charity auction on January 19 in Scottsdale, Arizona.
A white 2009 Ford F-150 owned by the 66-year-old politician will be sold to the highest bidder, the Barrett-Jackson Auction Company has announced.
Proceeds of the sale will benefit the Fisher House Foundation, an organization, which helps military families, the Politico reported.
In a press release, Bush said that he hasn't "driven on a street in many, many years" but has used the truck to get around his ranch in Texas.
He started driving it in 2009, shortly after the end of his presidency.
Leaving his mark on the vehicle, he has autographed the right airbag panel.