A tour bus that Willie Nelson called his road home until 1999 is up for auction. USA Today reports that the 1986 Eagle 10 motor coach will be for sale on Sunday in Mississauga, Ontario in Canada.

The bus features artwork by an artist known as Rainmaker. Inside there are six bunks with full audio-visual in each, a full bathroom and two lounge areas. The ride has 330 cubic feet for storage, and can hold up to 130 gallons of diesel fuel. These days, Nelson's bus runs on biodiesel.

It's not clear who has owned the bus since 1999 or why he or she is selling the vehicle. The unique artwork makes the vehicle a one of a kind item, and a potential buyer is surely going to have to bring a lot of green to the table to complete the purchase.