If you're in the market for 30 year old vehicles arranged to look like Stonehenge, well North Dakota has what you need.

Carhenge was built in 1987 by artist Jim Reinders as a tribute to the famous mounument in England. 38 vehicles were arranged the same way the giant stones appear at Stonehenge. Reinders built his monument on a farm where his father grew up.

Now, the non-profit group that runs Carhenge is out of money and looking to sell. The current asking price is $300,000. They say that money will be used to pay off loans and to start an art scholarship.

About 80,000 tourists visit Carhenge every year, and the group says the property could be developed in to a real 'tourist trap'.

Excuse me, I have Trump's Carhenge Casino to begin work on.

(Fox News)