Now you can drive in a flat circle in Matthew McConaughey’s ‘True Detective’ truck

1:37 p.m Tuesday, April 18, 2017 Movies
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Matthew McConaughey talks with teens involved in his Just Keep Livin Foundation during a pop up fashion event featuring his "Just Keep Livin" line of clothing at 2nd Street and Lavaca on Friday, April 17, 2015. The event, where t-shirts and hats were sold after McConaughey met with teens involved in his Just Keep Livin Foundation, is part of the Mack, Jack and McConaughey weekend of events. DEBORAH CANNON / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

Did you ever feel like you were the truest detective of them all, and you only needed the right automobile to complete your ensemble? Well, get those Rust Cohle monologues ready, because you, too could be riding around in Cohle’s old pickup truck spouting your views on the world.

According to IndieWire, “True Detective” writer/creator Nic Pizzolatto is donating the red 1997 Ford F250HD XL pickup that Matthew McConaughey’s Rust Cohle drove in the first season of HBO’s anthology series when he wasn’t solving creepy occult crimes on the Texas/Louisiana border.

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You can see part of the truck in this scene from the first season of the show:

The CharityBuzz auction page for the truck will be live for people to bid on until April 20 at 2:00 PM CST before it goes to a live auction that same evening. The page lists the manual transmission truck in “fair” condition with 153,345 miles on it. It’s valued at $15,000. As of this writing, the highest of 16 bids sits at $12,500. 

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The proceeds from the auction on the truck will go to McConaughey’s Just Keep Livin’ Foundation.