The 1953 Chevrolet Pickup featured in Australian director Baz Luhrmann's Elvis movie is one of hundreds of vintage vehicles about to go under the hammer.
It's one of 370 other classic cars up for grabs on Saturday at Lloyds Auctions.
The Chevrolet Pickup was the number one car in the US in the 1950s, with the vehicle custom-built for the hit movie.
"Imagine driving and owning the vehicle that Austin Butler drove in the Elvis film," Lloyd's chief operations officer Lee Hames said on Thursday.
"This opportunity doesn't present itself every day."
A meticulously built replica of the Delorean DMC-12 conversion from the 1982 cult classic Back to the Future is also on offer.
The car is complete with high-quality props to resemble the iconic flux capacitor, time circuits and plutonium gauges that all link together with effects from the movie.
Also up for grabs is a 1920s school bus with timber seats and floors, the classic 1975 Volkswagen Kombi minivan and a 1985 Suzuki Swift going for $10.