Drug dealers -- Such a creative and inconspicuous bunch, especially when it comes to their rides.

If you've got $50,000 that you've been looking to unload on a new toy, you can plunk it down on a former drug mobile. A tricked out, 1989 Chevy Caprice, which was completely refashioned and pimped out with an Incredible Hulk theme, is available for purchase via auction.

The car, once owned by Thomas King, was repossessed by federal agents during a weed bust in Ohio earlier this year, where they confiscated 500 lbs. of weed. Rather than fight over who gets to keep the wheels, it's going up for online auction by the U.S Marshals Service.

If you're a gearhead, here's the vehicle's vitals: It has a Corvette engine, 30" custom-painted wheels, a custom A/V system, which we hope pipes a sound clip of Bill Bixby as Bruce Banner growling, "You wouldn't like me when I'm angry," 12 amps, 4 subwoofers at 15" a piece, 4 TVs and a iPad controlling all that activity.

It's not a car; it's a car-sized stereo, one fit for a Hulk.

Other amenities include a hydraulic hood.

You have until Monday to drop a bid so you can drive a car that screams "Pull me over -- I might have 500 pounds of smokeable junk in my trunk."

US Marshals Office
US Marshals Office
US Marshals Office