Want an enormous, tricked-out pickup truck commissioned by Von Miller?

If you’re wealthy and charitable and in the market for a matte black pickup truck with the number 58 all over it, Von Miller has an opportunity for you.

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If you’re wealthy and charitable and in the market for a matte black pickup truck with the number 58 all over it, Von Miller has an opportunity for you.

The bidding starts at $50,000, the Denver Post reports. The proceeds from the ebay sale of the Ford SVT Raptor with a “touch, tactical look” Miller commissioned for an episode of the Golden-based TV show “The Lifted Life” will go to his charity, Von’s Vision.

Whoever wins the beast truck will also get a meet-and-greet for two and VIP access at Miller’s 2017 Celebrity Go-Kart Grand Prix in Denver, with airfare and travel expenses covered. They also get the satisfaction of donating to a charity that helps children in low-income families exams and corrective eyewear.

Sound like a deal for you? Bidding starts at 11 a.m. Nov. 1 and lasts until Nov. 11.

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