The white 2003 ESV used by actor James Gandolfini in the hit show is estimated to sell for as high as $49,500, with an opening bid at $5,000.
The sibling of the famous, yet private, actor has a flamboyant limo company in Boise where he impersonates Rod Stewart while chauffeuring.
Fans will get the chance to bid on this piece of automotive history at the Palm Springs Collector Car Auction.
The year was 1876. Cars were carriages and gasoline was hay. Hess & Eisenhardt was Sayers & Scovill, making custom hearses, ambulance coaches and horse-drawn carriages for Cincinnati society. The company was one of the best. Why? Primarily because the only thing they wouldn’t build-was bad.
Terry Gookin of Oregon Classic Coachworks has acquired the original specifications of the vehicle.
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