Celebrities are thought of as people who lead glamorous lives. They walk red carpets, dress in designer outfits and ride around in flashy cars. So, there’s no question that many fans would give anything to own a piece of property that once belonged to their favorite superstar.

Luckily for Loretta Lynn fans, that dream can come true for anybody who’s willing to bid more than a current auction price of $29,400 for her former tour bus.

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Yep! You read that right. Turns out that the Coal Miner’s daughter’s 1977 Eagle coach is up for auction on eBay.

The spacious 40-foot vehicle comes equipped with six bunks and one private bedroom, according to the listing notes. The five-speed, baby blue bus, which still has the words “Coal Miner’s Daughter” spread across the front, sits on new tires with less than 1,000 miles on them.

Interior features include a microwave oven, a bathroom, lounge area, two flat screen TVs, two air conditioners and a closet, where the new buyer can install a shower if they wish. You can check out the photos here!

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The luxury vehicle has a deep history. In fact, Loretta isn’t the only star to previously ride around in the bus. Its original owner was actually Grammy Award-winning musician Vassar Clements before it was passed into the hands of Loretta’s guitarist, Perley Curtis, and Country Music Hall of Famer Faron Young. Before any upgrades, the coach also appeared in Sugarland’s first-ever music video for their song, “Baby Girl.”

Now doesn’t that sound like a dream? The live auction, which began on June 30, only lasts for seven days. So, interested buyers will have to act fast. Fans can look for more details on the famous tour bus here.

Step inside Loretta Lynn’s iconic, baby blue tour bus that’s up for sale Getty Images/Terry Wyatt
Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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