Fancy buying Roger Cicero’s Saab convertible? He has donated this car in a charity event where the winner also receives two VIP tickets for one of his shows. The money goes to Save the Children.
The auction that started today will end the 10th of April and the lucky bidder will receive the car after a concert in Hamburg two days later. The winner is guaranteed two VIP tickets – and can drive home in the car that is not even two years old. It is expected that the amount the car will bring to the organisation can pay for 80 children in a Romanian kindergarten. Roger Cicero’s father is from Romania so this is something he feels particular close to.
The car is registered as being from June 2006, being black and has so far been driving only 15,000 kilometres. It drives on petrol and of course has all the luxury features such as leather seats, climate control and navigation system. The car is in a very good condition, but has a small scratch on the rear bumper, according to Roger Cicero who represented Germany at the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest.
Via the link below you can bid on the car – at the moment of writing only one bid has been made.