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A bunch of awesome Mad Men props are about to go up for auction

Mad Men fans probably won't ever know for sure if Don Draper was really the fictional mastermind behind Coca-Cola's iconic 1971 "Hilltop" commercial, but one lucky — and wealthy — enthusiast will be able to drive the infamous ad man's convertible, if that's any consolation.

LionsGate Television is putting the 1964 Imperial Crown Chrysler, along with some of the show's other sweet-looking props, up for auction on ScreenBid, The New York Times reports.

Bidding is set to open June 1 on Peggy Olson's typewriter, Megan Draper's lavender mules, and the rest of the goods, but don't expect a bargain — Walter White's (or should we say Gale Boetticher's?) copy of Leaves of Grass went for $65,500 in ScreenBid's Breaking Bad auction back in 2013.