The mangled Mad Max-styled Maybach from Jay-Z and Kanye West’s “Otis” music video sold for $60,000 last week in an auction in New York. The high-end luxury vehicle was expected to fetch around $100,000 to $150,000 in the auction at Phillips de Pury’s New York Contemporary Art Evening, but went for below expectations. Proceeds from the sale will go to Save the Children, an organization that fights battles on behalf of children around the world. A rep for the non-profit said the monies will go directly to families in East Africa. “Jay-Z and Kanye West are towering figures in contemporary culture. They have greatly contributed to the artificial barriers between art, music, fashion and cinema to come down,” Simon de Pury, chairman of Phillips de Pury and Company, said in a press release. “Their video for ‘Otis’ became an instant classic. The Maybach they have transformed for it has the starring role.” While a brand new Maybach would usually sell for $350,000, DUB magazine president and co-founder Myles Kovacs tells MTV that chopping the ride dramatically lowered its value. He also estimated that the custom job cost the Throne around $150,000. “The thing is, the value of that car is nothing now, you couldn’t drive it on the street,” Kovas told MTV News last year. “It would start malfunctioning big time.