MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Burn Notice has been a big hit for fans since 2007. Shot entirely in South Florida, now fans can get their hands on a little piece of television history.
After seven seasons of Michael Westen cruising the streets of Miami Beach, the show has come to an end.READ MORE: Staying In Touch With Customers On Social Media Keeps Keys Charter Boat Operator Afloat During Pandemic
The show has teamed up with local auctioneer company Jay Sugarman to sell some of the clothes, cars and furniture that have been featured throughout the years.READ MORE: Third Stimulus Check: Why Your Next Relief Payment May Not Be $1,400
“Everything we’re selling at one time or another has been in production on the show,” said auction house owner Scott Grasso in a statement.
Items like Michael’s Hugo Boss suit, Sam Axe’s Tommy Bahama watch, Coasters from Carlito’s, the 1973 Dodge Charger and more will be up for grabs on a first-come, first-serve basis.MORE NEWS: COVID In Florida: 6,014 Additional Cases, 132 Deaths Reported Wednesday
The props will be auctioned off at the Burn Notice Fire Sale at the Coconut Grove Convention Center located at 2700 S Bayshore Dr on Tuesday and an online auction will be held Wednesday beginning at noon.