Wouldn't you like to have your very own piece of memorabilia from a Coen Brothers' film? Variety Children's Charity of Southern California and Focus Features are offering fans of the Coens' most recent film, A Serious Man, the opportunity to bid to win the 1966 Dogde Coronet driven by Larry Gopnik (Michael Stuhlbarg) in the Academy Award-nominated movie.

The auction begins on Monday, February 22, and ends on Thursday, March 4, and you can bid on the classic car here. Bidding will start at less than the $20,000 value of the car, which is not a bad deal for a driveable piece of minor movie history. It may not be as immediately iconic as the motorcycle from Raising Arizona or Josh Brolin's pick-up truck in No Country for Old Men, but it's still a sweet ride, and it's for a great cause.

Founded in 1941, Variety raises funds to "support a full range of services encompassing medical, health, recreational, and social services; and provide a wide array of therapeutic, literacy, and mental health programs not traditionally funded by other private or public sources."