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Steve Jobs' BMW Z8 Hits the Auction Block

The winning bid is expected to reach between $300,000 and $400,000
Image via: Sotheby's

Image via: Sotheby's

Collectors of Apple memorabilia will have the opportunity to own the 2000 BMW Z8 convertible formerly owned by Steve Jobs, which is set to go up for auction on December 6th at Sotheby's headquarters in New York City. The vehicle, finished in a metallic Titanium paint job, has a black leather interior that comes complete with a BMW-branded Motorola flip phone, an innovation that -- unsurprisingly -- Jobs was said to have hated. The car was produced in April of 2000, and delivered to the Apple CEO the same year on October 6th. It comes with sales invoices and California registration certifying that Jobs was the first owner, racking up a total of 15,200 miles with two subsequent owners. The winning bid is estimated to reach between $300,000 and $400,000.