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COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

Forgive the semi-sounding sales pitch here, but how would you like to own a prime piece of real estate right next to Williams-Brice Stadium?

Just a small catch: it's on four wheels. Larger catch: it's a 270 square foot train cart.

That's right, one of the famous Cockaboose train cars is on sale for $299,000. They don't go up for sale, so it's a rare opportunity to purchase an iconic piece of University of South Carolina fandom.

The caboose has one bathroom, a small kitchen, and room inside and out to tailgate.

We just hope you don't mind the noise during gameday or 70,000+ fans trampling your lawn.

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