The car was built by Tom Nelson and his team at Nelson Racing Engines. According to the video, it is the product of more than 16,000 man hours devoted to body fabrication and engine building. It boasts a custom, all-metal widebody, custom wheels and a one-off interior.

Beneath the hood, you’ll find a 9.4-liter (572 cubic inch) Mopar V-8 sporting two twin-scroll turbochargers. The team was targeting 2,250 horsepower, but according to the auction house listing, that figure has since grown to nearly 3,000 ponies.

Included in the winning bid will be round trip air freight to Los Angeles and 30 days of custom tuning and personalization. Also included? Hype. Lots and lots of hype.

Maximus was driven by Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) in the final scene of “Furious 7,” which was filmed as a tribute to franchise star and car enthusiast Paul Walker, who co-starred alongside Diesel as Brian O’Conner in six of the first seven films. The footage was later used in the music video for Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again,” which played over the “Fast 7” end scene.