Looking for a 1960s Lincoln Continental in good condition?
Well, the Foster's Home for Children has two.
They also have 12 other vehicles, two boats and a slew of new and used tools, pieces of furniture and exercise equipment as well as gift baskets and gift certificates from local businesses that will be up for grabs Saturday during the home's annual auction.
"We've got lots of great stuff," said Lacy Barton, vice president of development.
The silent auction and box lots, which consists of random items placed in boxes that people bid on, begins at 10 a.m. A free barbecue lunch begins at 11:30 a.m. with the live auction kicking off at noon.
People can begin perusing the items on Friday and placing absentee bids if they cannot make Saturday's event.
"Last year we made a little over $60,000," Barton said. "And all of it goes back to the kids."
Indeed, proceeds from the annual event are used to purchase clothing, educational needs, counseling and healthcare to the 54 children who live on campus.