You Can Officially Be the Proud Owner of Travis Tritt’s Ford F-250 Truck

by Taylor Cunningham
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Country legend Travis Tritt is selling his decked-out Ford F-250 on eBay. And if you act fast, you can be the proud new owner of the special-edition pickup truck.

Travis Tritt is a self-proclaimed member of his own country club. And as all his fans know, he drives an old Ford pickup truck and does his drinking from a Dixie cup. But he’s apparently ready for a new pickup truck because he’s selling his 2006 F-250 on eBay

When his followers caught wind of the sale on the bidding site, they thought it was a scam. So Tritt assured his Instagram followers that the truck is indeed his.

“I’ve had a number of people asking me if this truck being auctioned on eBay is actually mine,” he wrote. “I can confirm that this is my personal truck and I am the only owner. Bids are currently being taken @ebay.”

The sleek black truck will Put Some Drive in Your Country—sorry, we couldn’t help ourselves. But if you want to own a little piece of Travis Tritt, you’ll need to hurry. The Foolish Pride singer stops taking bids tomorrow.

Travis Tritt was ‘Incredibly Humbled and Honored’ by the Massive Turnout at His Michigan Concert

Maybe Travis Tritt is selling his old pickup truck because he doesn’t need it anymore. He traded in the F-250 for a tour bus because he’s back on the road. Over the summer, Tritt went out to sing his classic country hits at county and state fairs around the country. And this fall, he’s traveling with Brooks & Dunn on their Reboot tour.

Judging by pictures of Tritt’s concerts, the two-time Grammy winner’s fans are happy to see him back on stage. And after a show in Michigan, he took a moment to thank everyone for their support.

On Twitter, Travis Tritt posted a few snapshots from an epic event in Mt. Morris, Mi. In the photos, he’s rocking at the Genesee Country Fair. And Tritt’s northern fans are filling the outdoor space. 

“Great time in Mt. Morris, Michigan!” he wrote. “After more than 30 years in the music industry, I’m incredibly humbled and honored by the fact that so many multiple thousands of people still show up for every performance I give. My fans have given me so much and I’m truly grateful!”

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