Actor Michael Douglas Auctioning Off 'Pimped Out' Golf Cart For Charity

Actor Michael Douglas has joined with Galpin Auto Sports, the crew of MTV's Pimp My Ride, to auction off his "pimped out" golf cart for The Motion Picture & Television Fund on June 5th.

Galpin Auto Sports, the company that recently replaced West Coast Customs as the creative master-minds behind MTV's hit show Pimp My Ride, customized the golf cart.

The golf cart, a 2002 EZ-GO painted bright blue with yellow and orange tribal flames and fitted with a unique molded dashboard, features top-of-the-line electronic gadgets, including satellite television and a cigar humidor, not to mention the tablet PC in the steering wheel and a diamond encrusted golf ball washer.

The interior has brand new premium tuck and roll white leather seats with blue piping and chrome wheels added as a finishing touch.

A new set of Cleveland Clubs and bag are also included with the cart.

"This golf cart is a one-of-a-kind original and unlike anything I have ever seen," said Michael Douglas. "One lucky bidder will drive away with this pimped-out masterpiece, and also help support The Motion Picture & Television Fund."

Bidding will run from June 5-15th, with the initial bid starting at $1,000.

Douglas used the custom-made cart in the recent Michael Douglas & Friends Presented By Lexus celebrity golf event.

The celebrity golf tournament, which also raised money for The Motion Picture & Television Fund, will be telecast nationally on NBC on June 10.