The chair, powered by a lawnmower engine, comes equipped with a stereo, cup holders and lights.
Police in Proctor, in northern Minnesota, are putting the seized chair up for auction on eBay on Thursday. The proceeds will go to the police, state and the prosecuting attorney.
But Chief Walter Wobig cautions that the chair isn't "street legal," so any buyer should stick to the living room - or at most a parade.
The former owner, Dennis LeRoy Anderson, pleaded guilty this month to operating the chair while intoxicated. His family is also auctioning on eBay an autographed photo of him riding the La-Z-Boy to help with his fees.