ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Psst. Yeah, you. Wanna get in on a piece of the action from "Breaking Bad?"
Maybe Walter White's rundown 2004 Pontiac Aztec? Or maybe his hazmat suit?
Well, thanks to the online auction site ScreenBid you can get your hands on props from the Albuquerque-based AMC network show just about to end its five-year run.
Some of the items for sale are the 1989 jeep Wagoneer driven by Walter's wife, Skylar. Bidding starts at $1,000 for the Aztec, $7,125 for the Jeep.
You can even bid on Walt's tighty-whiteys.
Cheaper bids start at $100 for a DEA mug and the duffle bags Jesse and Walt use to haul their drug money around.
The auction starts Sept. 29, when the final episode broadcasts, and is expected to run through October 8.
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