Bank robber John Dillinger's 1930s Model A Ford — which was sprayed by police bullets — is for sale this week at the 39th Annual Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale.
Barrett-Jackson president Steve Davis calls the car "a piece of American gangster history."
He says it's as much a part of Dillinger's legend as his Tommy guns and Colt automatics.
One of Dillinger's most famous escapes occurred April 22, 1934, at a Wisconsin lodge where he and two others hid after a series of holdups.
The lodge's owners tipped off police, who arrived and opened fire on the Ford as the men ecaped.
The Barrett-Jackson show attracts more than 200,000 visitors to the area each year.