The Panthermobile was created in 1969 as part of the popular "Pink Panther Show," which aired on NBC.
As the car is not street-legal, it does not come with registration.
The Panthermobile is expected to fetch 50,000 to 100,000 pounds ($81,215 to $162,430 U.S.) on the online auction.
A replica of the car from the movie "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" joins the Panthermobile on an online auction beginning at noon on Sept. 4, and running through 1 p.m Oct. 14.
The replica is just like the original vehicles in every way, including original period brass lamps and a brass snake horn that came directly from one of the original six film cars.
Only six cars were designed and built for the 1968 film and are exceedingly rare; this "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" car at auction is a fully licensed replica that took three years to build.
The replica is road-legal, has the registration number "GEN 22" and is registered with the DVLA as "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang."
The car has specially designed, automatically opening wings, rising propellers, and rotating blades. It also includes a microprocessor control unit with wireless key control in the wicker picnic basket on to the back of the car.