Want your piece of 'Barefoot Bandit' history?

Want your piece of 'Barefoot Bandit' history?
Photo: eBay.com
Looking for a 'Barefoot Bandit' memento and have a spare $80,000 on hand? If so you can bid for the boat on which Colton Harris-Moore's run from the law came to an end. The owner of the boat that the teen was arrested on in the Bahamas is selling the vessel on eBay. William Sport told the Seattle Times he's selling because the boat gives him "a bad taste." Sport told the paper he expects to lose money on the sale. There were no bids as of Wednesday morning, and the auction was scheduled to close at 8:42 p.m. The minimum bid for the 32-foot Intrepid boat is $80,000, and the listing has a "buy it now" price of $110,000. Harris-Moore was allegedly speeding from police near the Bahamian island of Eleuthera on June 11 when officers shot out the boat's engine and arrested the teen. Pictures and video on the eBay listing show the bullet holes in the boat's outboard engine In the listing, Sport says the boat will be delivered in Miami if there is a winning bidder. While the auction page lists all the maritime features of the boat, such as radar, bow thrusters and autopilot, the seller clearly knows who his best customer might be: "This vessel is a collector's item and could be sold to, or used in the movie that is surely coming," a line in large, bold text reads on the eBay page. --- Watch the video posted on the auction listing page: