I like to think there was a time in America when every man’s dream car was a Trans Am. Even if that’s not true, it’s hard not to want one after watching the Smokey and the Bandit films. Burt Reynolds somehow still makes Trans Ams cool long after the cars themselves faded into history, and while you’ll never make the car look as cool as Burt did, at least now you’ll have a chance to try … if you’ve got a lot of cash.

Reynolds is partnering with Barrett-Jackson auctions this month to sell his personal, autographed 1978 Bandit Edition Pro-Touring Trans Am. Sadly, this is not the very same car Bandit out-raced Jackie Gleason in, but it does look like it could’ve made the trip, and it comes direct from Reynolds’ personal memorabilia collection.

So, what can you expect to pay for this high-powered gem? Well, the last time Reynolds sold one of his cars, in 2016, it went for a whopping $550,000. So, this’ll set you back a bit, but it jut might be worth it to be able to do something like this: