When it comes to charitable causes nobody can question Bubba Watson's goodwill.  He just donated a $410,000 car to Birdies For The Brave.  The car was auctioned last night by BarretJackson. 

Now I'm a big fan of the likes of Top Gear and Counting Cars but this blows them right out of the water.

Bubba donated a custom built replica of a 1939 Cadillac LaSalle C-Hawk Custom Roadster originally designed by Harley Earl. Fitted with a 556-horsepower Cadillac LSA engine, DANA 44 rear end, hidden headlights and Borla exhaust, the skin of the car was handcrafted from steel.

The C-Hawk also features billet wheels, power everything, a C4 Corvette suspension and Dakota digital instrumentation.
The Birdies for the Brave initiative was started in 2006, the brainchild of Phil and Amy Mickelson. It's aim was to support combat-injured troops, but since being adopted by the PGA Tour, has now grown into a much larger military outreach program .  
For his part Bubba did get a little something back; he got Bo Duke aka actor John Schneider, from the "The Dukes of Hazzard" to autograph the General Lee. Don't expect that car to be entering auction anytime soon. Or ever!
 Pic tnx: Bubba Twitter

 
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