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.

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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.

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“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.

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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.