Ferrari custom-built for Justin Bieber hits the auction block

Bieber’s custom Ferrari (credit: Barrett-Jackson)

A Ferrari custom-built for the teen-pop-sensation-turned-bad-boy Justin Bieber has just hit the auction block.

Arizona-based Barrett-Jackson auctions has listed what it describes as a “once-in-a-life opportunity” to purchase Bieber’s 2011 Ferrari 458 Italia F1. The car was modified for Bieber by the TV-famous car outfitter West Coast Customs.

The reserve amount for the car is not known, and according to Page Six, it had no bids as of Wednesday morning.

According to the auction listing, the car’s exterior is wrapped in Frozen Blue chrome and the interior — which was created to Bieber’s specifications — includes a custom 2,000-Watt 10-inch subwoofer. They do note however, that CARFAX shows a California damage report in which the vehicle was involved in a rear-end collision – the airbags did not deploy.

Last year Bieber made some real estate moves. In October, he started renting $133K-per-month mansion close to the celeb-filled North London enclave of Hampstead. And in November, he reportedly dropped a sizable $27 million on a swanky penthouse in Amsterdam’s trendy Dam Square. [Page Six]