Do you have $25 to spare? Want the most interesting home office or kid's playhouse in your neighborhood?
Then maybe you should place a bid for this "vintage air traffic control tower," which sits at the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins, awaiting its new owner.
No longer needed by the museum, it's now part of an online auction through Government Liquidation (GovLiquidation.com) that started early Wednesday morning.
If you're looking for a little bigger investment, check out these million pounds of scrap metal being sold from Robins Air Force Base.
Delivered over a six-month period, this auction item will cost you a little more. At last glance, the highest bid was just shy of $35,000.
Also on the auction block: hundreds of pounds of "fired brass," barrels of empty cartridges.
Oh, and if you win that air tower, while you're working out how you'll explain what it is to your spouse, keep in mind you'll have to move the 20,000-pound structure yourself.
The auction ends Friday, June 7 at 5 p.m.