"Breaking Bad" props hitting the auction block

Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) and Walter White (Bryan Cranston) of "Breaking Bad."

Want to ride around in Walter White's ride?

The "Breaking Bad" antihero's Pontiac Aztek is just one of a number of props from the soon-to-be-ending AMC series that are set to hit the auction block.

ScreenBid.com, an auction site that sells movie and TV props, will begin selling the items on Sept. 29, the day the show's series finale is set to air.

Bids on the Aztek will start at $1,000. The site describes the car as "one of the most iconic vehicles on 'Breaking Bad,'" but don't expect to actually be able to drive it -- it was a crash vehicle and is not in driving condition.

The 1989 Jeep Wagoneer driven by Walt's wife, Skyler, is also up for sale, with a starting bid listed at $1,000. Other props have higher minimums, like the pink teddy bear ($1,500), Walt's hazmat suit ($1,500) and his inscribed copy of "Leaves of Grass" ($3,000). There's also "Tio" Salamanca's bell and wheelchair, with starting bids of $3,000 and $5,000, respectively.

Other items have more modest price tags -- a DEA mug, duffel bags used by Walt and Jesse Pinkman to carry drug money and hats worn by Jesse's pal Badger all start at $10 each.

SreenBid's founders expect the sale of the props could yield more than $2 million, according to The New York Times. But if you're looking for Walt's RV, you're out of luck -- the mobile meth lab is not part of the auction.